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What does your cell phone say about you?
One thing I
have learned through my personal interactions with soldiers of other
nations is that we all share universal traits, dislikes and jargon.
Arts and Crafts contest open for entries The deadline to submit works of art to the 2009 Stuttgart Arts and Crafts contest is May 1. Guidelines and entry forms are available at both the Patch and Kelley Arts and Crafts centers. The exhibition will be held in the Swabian…
Every time a service member is killed or wounded in combat, it sets off
a process aimed at identifying what happened, who perpetrated it and
how it might have been prevented — and instituting changes to reduce
the likelihood of it being repeated.
New policy authorizes access from non-classified government computers, with caveats
Normally, the Patch Library is a quiet place.
Competition was fierce at the 2nd Annual Feline Fun Show Feb. 27,
hosted by the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Directorate of Family and
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Sports Office.
Anyone can make sushi.
Practicing good operational security helps to keep military members and their families safe.
If you’ve ever tried to change your Army Post Office address through the U.S. Postal Service Web site, you know you can’t.
The ESPG is a fully automated system that allows one Common Access Card holder at a time to enter an installation.
The unmanned pedestrian gate on Patch Barracks became operational Feb. 25.
The Enhanced Security Pedestrian Gate allows pedestrians to enter or
exit the installation without having to walk to the main gate.
How can our community be improved?