Last year, the Stuttgart/EUCOM community generated $1,052,217 for critical quality-of-life programs as Soldiers, retirees and their families shopped the EUCOM Exchange.
Shopping the Exchange pays dividends!
“It is important, on Memorial Day in particular, that those who lost their lives in service to their country have faces and names ascribed to them and that their deeds be remembered each and every day.”
Many of the health issues men face are preventable and treatable.
The Stuttgart Community Spouses Club (SCSC) awarded $79,000 to 34 members of the Stuttgart High School class of 2018, June 1, in the school auditorium on Panzer Kaserne.
USAG Stuttgart held community meetings on each installation in April and May.
Here are my top favorite places in Stuttgart that everyone should check out, at least once!
To make appointments for services within USAG Stuttgart, download the USAG Stuttgart mobile app, or visit the direct link on the garrison website.
Military Times ranked the Army & Air Force Exchange Service as the
14th best employer for veterans in its 2018 Best for Vets employers list, a double-digit leap for the nearly 123 year old Department of Defense organization.
Working hand-in-hand with USAG Stuttgart and U.S. European Command, the Defense Intelligence Agency on Patch Barracks recently established a lactation suite to support nursing, working mothers.
613 registered volunteers performed 67,988 hours of service in 2017, a cost savings of almost $1.7 million for the garrison.
German and American first responders recently participated in a seminar at Patch Barracks to discuss procedures when responding to emergency situations on the U.S. installations in Stuttgart.
A lot of thought and practice goes into safely riding a motorcycle. There’s much more to commuting on two or three wheels than simply jumping into the saddle and turning the key; there’s personal responsibility, military regulations, German (and other European) laws and constant situational awareness.
Heating system upgrades, solar panel installation, family housing renovations highlight RB construction in 2018/19
During the next couple of years, numerous family housing units on Robinson Barracks will receive some minor repairs or be completely renovated, and many other housing units will be fitted with solar panels.
Teamwork and great weather intersected for the “Ready & Resilient Healthy Lifestyle” event in the parking lot of the Panzer Main Exchange, April 27.