The Stuttgart military community is composed of five installations throughout the greater Stuttgart metropolitan area.
U.S. European Command’s color guard took part in a ceremony unlike any before – spread out at Patch Barracks, wearing masks.
Opportunities to collaborate with Russia do exist…These kinds of efforts seek to reduce the suffering of the population and find an opportunity to bring some peace.
The Army’s portion sits at 109 projects worth $128.8 million, while the district is executing 11 projects totaling more than $80 million for U.S. Air Forces in Europe.
The complex security situation in Europe “has only grown more serious and more complicated” in recent months.
By Robert Watson
U.S. European Command C4 and Cyber Operations
About 30 Patch High School students were introduced to U.S. military satellite and information technology equipment during a visit Feb. 28 by Airmen, Soldiers, and Sailors of the Joint Communications Support Element from Tampa, F
By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
When travel brochures feature Arctic expeditions, adventure-seekers think of a once-unreachable fantasyland rich with wildlife and a pristine frozen tundra stretching as far as the eye can see.
The Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert announced Oct. 18 that Rear Adm. John N. Christenson will be assigned as chief of staff, U.S. European Command, Stuttgart. Christenson is currently serving as deputy U.S. military representative to NATO Military Committee, Brussels,