IMCOM provides the foundation of three AMC focus areas: installation readiness; Soldier/Family readiness; and strategic power projection.
Stuttgart will migrate to the Army-owned “Alert! Enterprise MWNS” this month.
Sgt. Joshua Lantz, military policeman, HHC, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart, was a runner-up in junior Soldier category Best Warrior Competition.
U.S. Africa Command held its Annual Awards Ceremony at the Kelly Physical Fitness Center, Kelley Barracks, March 29.
The new policy will allow troops to file harassment complaints wherever they feel most comfortable.
Soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (ABN) conduct Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat (SFAUC) training in Stuttgart, Germany.
Green Berets assigned to 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) aim down a hallway during a training exercise with Lithuanian Special Forces.
Soldiers from the 52nd Signal Battalion completed obstacle course training in the Local Training Area in Böblingen, Germany, Sep. 28.
A top European Union military leader visited Headquarters, U.S. Africa Command, in Stuttgart, Germany, to discuss ways to further strengthen the strategic relationship between the two entities, Aug. 24.
“It’s important to hold meetings like this…we are all faced with the same issues whether in Malawi, or the United States,” – Navy Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Falvo, AFRICOM’s Public Affairs Branch Chief.
Leaders from 13 African countries visited U.S. Africa Command in Stuttgart in July.
Photo Gallery: U.S. Special Forces Soldiers participated in a parachute jump exercise at the Malmsheim Drop Zone, July 13.
Service members participate in several exercises per year with partner nations.
New office at Fort Knox to process Soldiers’ claims for personal property losses incident to government service, known as the Center for Personnel Claims Support, or CPCS.
The EST II provides greater accuracy, higher quality graphics, expanded tutoring capabilities and will allow for greater number of lanes.