Post Tagged with: "Force Protection"

Demonstrations planned for Saturday and Monday

Demonstrations planned for Saturday and Monday

Several demonstrations in the Stuttgart area, Aug 1st & 3rd.

July 31, 2020 ×
German riot police in riot gear

Weekend Demonstrations in Stuttgart, July 4 & 5

DOD members, Family Members, and contractors are strongly advised to avoid the demonstration area(s).

July 3, 2020 ×
The incident scene at Kelley Barracks in the midst of the rescue operation.  Photo by Larry Reilly.

Garrison, emergency responders tested at ‘Stallion Shake 2018’

The garrison’s annual force protection exercise tested first responders and garrison agencies on their ability to respond to a simulated emergency.

July 1, 2018 ×
Photo Credit: Courtesy Photo
Service members, civilian and contractor employees, and family members across Europe are now able to sign up to receive emergency warnings and notifications through AtHoc, a mass-warning notification system that is available throughout all seven of the Army's enduring communities across Europe.

How to sign up for AtHoc emergency notifications, step by step

Service members and dependents can receive emergency alert notifications for USAG Stuttgart through AtHOC.

September 15, 2017 ×
Service members, employees, families sign up for AtHoc emergency alerts

Service members, employees, families sign up for AtHoc emergency alerts

Service members should contact their Emergency Management Protection Branch officer to sign up for AtHoc notifications.

December 2, 2015 ×
Teamwork key to emergency response exercise 2014

Teamwork key to emergency response exercise 2014

U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart put its disaster response capabilities to the test during an all-hazards training exercise held July 12, 2014 on Kelley Barracks.

August 6, 2014 ×
General’s 1981 kidnapping a lesson in being vigilant for signs of terrorist threat

General’s 1981 kidnapping a lesson in being vigilant for signs of terrorist threat

By Sgt. Daniel Cole

U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs Office

Terrorist tactics may have changed over the years, but U.S. Army Europe force protection experts say one thing will always stay the same — remaining vigilant for the signs of terrorist activity can help stop the bad guys in their tracks.

December 16, 2013 ×