By Brian Pappas, School Liaison Officer If you are leaving Stuttgart and have children enrolled in any of the Stuttgart community’s Department of Defense Education Activity schools, the School Liaison Office (SLO) can connect you with the SLO at your gaining command to provide you with information, resources, and any
Stuttgart Army Health Clinic The health system for service members, retirees, civilians and their families in Germany consists of local military community health services on Patch Barracks and Kelley Barracks, local host nation medical facilities for inpatient and outpatient primary and specialty care, and the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC).
Stuttgart Army Veterinarian Clinic Moving to an overseas installation can be stressful for pets. What will their life in Stuttgart be like? What is veterinary care like? Are there dog parks? Can pets go downtown, into public places, or travel with the family on vacation? For those with four-legged family
Testing for Legionella bacteria in the Stuttgart community has mostly finished, with 12 out of 131 samples set to be retaken.
Patch Library hosted a free self-defense class, July 23 as part of the summer reading program.
The sole source of fresh beef and pork for commissaries throughout 11 NATO countries.
Safe food and drinking water with Army Public Health Command Europe’s food inspection program.