On July 21, nearly 300 Soldiers gathered in the Patch Community Club for a briefing on sexual assault — and laughed through the whole thing. The “briefing” was the traveling show, “Sex Signals,” which uses comedy and audience participation to discuss date rape. The show, produced by Catharsis Productions, is…
With August recognized as Antiterrorism Awareness Month, the Army is
promoting a campaign to encourage and train communities to become
extensions of the service’s overall force protection plan.
In an effort to increase awareness of how terrorists operate, August has been designated as Antiterrorism Awareness Month by the Department of the Army Every member of the community should know what suspicious activity is, how to report it, and how to protect themselves. Terrorists come in many shapes, sizes,…
It’s never easy settling into a new community.
That’s why, if you’ve recently arrived to the Stuttgart military
community, the C.A.R.E. Fair should be on your list of things to do.
If you are what you eat, then diners at the 1/10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Dining Facility are the best in Europe.
The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart DFAC on Panzer Kaserne took first
place for small garrisons in the Installation Management Command and
U.S. Army Europe 2010 Philip A. Connelly Awards Competition, part of
the Army Food Service Program. The staff will go on to compete for the
Department of the Army award in December.
The win is the third in a string of accolades for the DFAC’s food
service in recent years: It also won second place in the Department of
the Army level in 2008 and first in the IMCOM-E level in 2007.
I have always said that you can either read history or make it.
Many of you in our workforce have made important history by providing
valuable feedback on their communities. Because of your voice and the
Army’s commitment to taking care of Soldiers, civilians and families,
the Army Family Action plan has improved quality of life for the past
Col. Carl D. Bird received the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart guidon —
and command of the garrison — from Col. Richard M. Pastore during a
ceremony held July 19 on the Panzer Kaserne parade field.
A military policeman assigned to U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart became
the U.S. Army Installation Management Command and the National Capitol
Region Noncommissioned Officer of the Year during the National Capitol
Region Best Warrior Competition, held July 12-16 at Fort Belvoir, Va.
The Army’s health care system may soon see changes in how Soldiers are
treated for pain, according to a report released by the Army’s surgeon
general last month.
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s Family and Morale, Welfare and
Recreation hosted a bang-up Independence Day celebration at Husky Field
on July 4.
Special Operations Command Europe Public Affairs Office
A sputtering U.S. economy means many teens are jobless this summer.
Crime doesn’t take vacations.