The first layer of asphalt work at the commissary intersection.
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Living on a U.S. military installation overseas is like living in a gated community. Inside is a touch of America, outside is immersion into German culture.
An unexploded ordnance was discovered, rendered safe and removed at Robinson Barracks.
Heating system upgrades, solar panel installation, family housing renovations highlight RB construction in 2018/19
During the next couple of years, numerous family housing units on Robinson Barracks will receive some minor repairs or be completely renovated, and many other housing units will be fitted with solar panels.
In April, Robinson Barracks Elementary School PTSA hosted a variety of events for students as well as the Stuttgart military community.
Periodic snow melted away just enough for sheep to return to graze on an icy meadow at Robinson Barracks, Feb. 12.
All of the students have apples for the teacher.
The following is a list of venues for eating or groceries on Robinson, Kelley and Patch Barracks and Panzer Kaserne.
Life in Germany can be very different than in the U.S., and often it’s the little things that make the big difference.
Shopping in in Germany can be a very positive experience and shoppers will find most of the same things that they’re used to back in the States.
Keeping the military resilient and ready to fight takes a balance of work and play.
Agencies throughout the Stuttgart community are always on the lookout for new volunteers.
Personnel arriving on permanent change of station orders fall under the Status of Forces Agreement must get a U.S. Army Europe driver’s license.
Moving to an overseas installation can be a stressful event for pets.
The Exchange offers a variety of shopping and services for the Stuttgart military community.