The Stuttgart intramural soccer team defeated the top-seeded Grafenwoehr in Italy, Oct. 25, 2009.
For more information on the “Trace of Remembrance” project, visit www.spur-der-erinnerung.de.
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, several key
leaders in U.S. Army Europe lauded disabled persons for their continued
perseverence with both working in and service to the armed forces.
To help prepare for the increase in confirmed H1N1 influenza cases in
the Stuttgart military community, the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart
conducted a pandemic influenza table top exercise at the Swabian
Special Events Center Oct. 29.
This year, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart recognized Red Ribbon Week
(Oct. 26-30) in several new ways, including a sock drive for Soldiers
and “Crazy Red Socks Day.”
The Stuttgart military community, in conjunction with Army Community Service, recognized Make a Difference Day, by providing aid to local organizations and beautifying public areas.
Financial hardships can affect the status of a military member or Department of Defense civilian employee’s security clearance.
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As an independent duty medical technician deployed to Southwest Asia, I have always felt that I was never doing enough.
There’s a lot to celebrate lately in the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Department for Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
After years of preparation, the day had finally come.
For the third year running, the Stuttgart Arts and Crafts program has been named best in the Army.
Stuttgart has seen an increase in the number of shoplifting incidents in 2009.