By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Volunteers across U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart chucked wood, stamped passports and helped with numerous vaccination drives saving the Army’s top post in Baden-Württemberg more than $1 million this year. 2000 volunteers gave 35,858 hours to agencies ranging from the thrift shop to the Red Cross
Centerra (our maintenance contractor) and the SHiP store (our self help shop) have officially relocated to the RB Chapel.
Robinson’s flock of wooly ‘groundskeepers’ has returned to graze on its hills.
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart lost a teammate this month. Danny Sanders, an Operations Specialist with the S 3/5/7 passed away Oct. 31st. He was 52. As a freshly-retired Army Sergeant Major, Danny brought competency and a matter-of-fact bluntness to garrison operations during his one-year tenure in Stuttgart. As a life-long
USAG Stuttgart’s fire department travelled to CDC’s around the garrison meeting young members of our community during Fire Prevention Week
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