This year’s theme for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is “Diverse Leadership Plus Expanding Opportunity: an Imperative for America.” U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s Equal Opportunity Office will kick off the month May 1 at noon in the Panzer Exchange with cake, following by a dance performance. At 2 p.m. the Patch Commissary will […]
The Maj. Gen. Robert M. Joyce Installation Management Academy, School for Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, announced the recipients of the Fiscal Year 2014 Family and MWR Exemplary Workforce Development Award. This award is designed to recognize Family and MWR organizations that have demonstrated a strong commitment to Family and MWR employees through training, […]
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart was one of two garrisons named as Most Improved (and the only OCONUS garrison to be recognized) in the 2014 Army Communities of Excellence program following an announcement released to the garrison April 21.
Story by Carola Meusel
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office
Art lovers, party-goers, museum enthusiasts, music buffs and night owls alike can explore Stuttgart’s culture scene during the “Lange Nacht der Museen,” or Long Night of the Museums, on March 15 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.
American Forces Press Service
The DOD Safe Helpline — a crisis-response resource that provides sexual assault victims with an anonymous and confidential system of support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from anywhere in the world – marks three years of operation this month.
By Mitch Chandran
Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Public Affairs
The Personal Property directorate at Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command manages the Department of Defense’s Privately Owned Vehicle shipping program and wants service members to know there are several changes in the program starting May 1.
By Lisa Ferdinando
Army News Service
Music artist Lenny Kravitz paused to reflect on the life and legacy of his uncle and namesake, Pfc. Leonard Kravitz, who received the Medal of Honor posthumously from President Barack Obama, March 18.
By J.D. Liepold
Army News Service
Twenty-four U.S. Army veterans from three wars — World War II, Korea and Vietnam — received upgrades to the highest military decoration for uncommon bravery and gallantry at a White House ceremony March 18.