The German transit system service is a vast, extensive network of stations that are accessible to almost everywhere within the Stuttgart area.
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Sixth grade science curriculum at Patch Middle School features several labs on growing plants and studying their development.
Info and tips for the day you PCS out.
Community members asked about the things they need to do before a PCS – here are the answers.
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.
The Stuttgart Theatre Center’s actors exercise their vocal talents and comedic timing to “Disaster,” a 1970s-themed musical comedy and disaster movie parody.
A wide variety of dishes are available at restaurants, ranging from a simple bread plate to a full, multi course meal.
Between April 27 and May 18, the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Command Team hosted five interactive outreach events with host nation representatives from neighboring communities.
Patch Barracks Thrift Shop, run by the Stuttgart Community Spouses Club has it all and more.
On a chilly winter night, the future lives of two young Sailors, separated half a world away and then unknown to each other, became intertwined when tragedy struck in a Spanish port, Jan. 17, 1977.
Robinson Barracks Elementary School 5th-grade classes visited Esslingen, May 18, to learn about Jewish life in the town during WWII.
DoDEA operates 168 schools in eight districts across 11 countries, seven U.S. states and two U.S. territories for more than 73,000 students.
It was blue skies and dry cobblestones, May 20, for the running of the 14th Annual Cobblestone Classic.