Spring fever is in the air and as temperatures start to rise, we aren’t the only ones coming out of hibernation.
The FY18 AFAP Forum resulted in multiple issues discussed and one topic elevated to the Department of Defense.
U.S. Africa Command held its Annual Awards Ceremony at the Kelly Physical Fitness Center, Kelley Barracks, March 29.
The Panzer Main Exchange will honor all who served during the Vietnam War with free commemorative lapel pins marking the war’s 50th anniversary.
Participants of the Shamrock 5k enjoyed a crisp, foggy morning St. Pat’s Day jaunt on Panzer Kaserne, March 17.
“There are lots of women who have had a much more difficult career before me to allow me to be in the position I am today” – U.S. Navy Cmdr. Barnes, AFRICOM.
Outstanding music students, including 19 from Patch Middle School, performed at the Middle School Honors Band Festival, March 1.
Scammers, using information from profiles, capitalize on the trustworthy reputation of individuals associated with the Army.
The new policy will allow troops to file harassment complaints wherever they feel most comfortable.
The AER Company Commander and First Sergeant Quick Assist Program is a valuable tool for leaders to help Soldiers resolve short-term cash flow issues.
The community has been heard and Army Health Clinic Stuttgart is ranked above all other services for patient satisfaction in the Department of Defense’s Joint Outpatient Experience Survey (JOES) for the past 12 months with an overall result of 95.5 percent.
There comes a time when classified documents, hard drives and discs need to be crosscut, crushed, shredded, degaussed or pulverized.
Michael Ambacher, DES-Fire Division, was recently selected as the IMCOM-Europe Fire Service Instructor of the Year.
The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders and NFL alumni visited Stuttgart, Jan. 31.
A team from the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt held an outreach day, Jan. 31, to assist the Stuttgart military community with tourist passport applications, reports for births abroad and more.