Members assigned to U.S. Africa Command and their families gathered for the seventh annual AFRICOM Olympics, Sept. 22.
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Dozens of emergency vehicles and personnel converged on Patch Barracks Sept. 16 in response to simulated incidents that resulted in numerous injured and fatal casualties.
There are nearly 83,000 Americans who remain missing and unaccounted-for going back to World War II.
The U.S. Army Garrison-Stuttgart is set to conduct its annual force protection exercise, Stallion Shake 2017, at Patch Barracks, Sept. 16.
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and with it comes greater awareness that there are friends, comrades and family members who may be considering that irreversible decision.
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.
Warriors of all U.S. branches who served in the 1960s/1970s were often overlooked or worse during Vietnam era and the intervening years since the war officially ended, April 30, 1975.
The second highest award possible for a Girl Scout to receive, the Silver Award, was earned by Patch Middle School 8th grade student Cadette Jasmine Moore, Troop 114.
Learn how SOFA affects you to save cost and prevent potential mistakes while living overseas.
Those who fall under SOFA are eligible for a variety of tax relief.
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.
The German transit system service is a vast, extensive network of stations that are accessible to almost everywhere within the Stuttgart area.
Sixth grade science curriculum at Patch Middle School features several labs on growing plants and studying their development.