The Directorate of Emergency Services would like to remind the community that when riding a U.S. Army Garrison duty bus, passengers will need to have an ID card in their possession. This includes minors who are not accompanied by their parents.
The Automotive Skills Center on Panzer Kaserne will offer a new, fee-based winter motorcycle storage service from Dec. 16 to March 31, 2014. The fee is $30 per month. Fees for the month of December will be prorated. The cost for the entire storage period is $105. All fees for the entire storage period must […]
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office
Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 Defense Commissary Agency Scholarships for Military Children Program.
U.S. Army Europe Office of the Provost Marshal
Christmas markets around Europe appeal to many Americans because of their unique old-world charm. But pickpockets love them, too, because they attract people with money and the crowds that make it easier for them to steal valuables and get away.
By Gary Sheftick
Army News Service
The Joint Hometown News Service is partnering this year with SiriusXM Radio to allow service members worldwide to send holiday greetings to loved ones back home.
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs)
As part of the ongoing effort to move away from a one size fits all security approach and provide more of the traveling public the ability to participate in expedited screening, the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Defense announced Nov. 13 a partnership to expand TSA Precheck expedited screening benefits to all U.S. Armed Forces service members, including those serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Reserves and National Guard.
By U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs
U.S. Army Europe paid tribute to former Seventh Army commander Lt. Gen. Geoffrey Keyes when it named its headquarters in his honor during a ceremony on Clay Kaserne, Nov. 14.
By Judith Woodward
U.S. Army Public Health Command
Depression is one of the most common medical conditions. It can affect anyone at any time. This year, the Army is joining organizations and communities across the nation to raise awareness about the dangers of depression. The Army’s theme, “The Courage to Seek Help,” emphasizes that depression is one of the most treatable behavioral health conditions. Getting an early diagnosis and treatment may help reduce the intensity and duration of depression symptoms.