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EAGLES WIN GOLD Stuttgart Eagles earn first place in United World Games — PAGE 2.

HEALTHY GRILLING Healthy options firing up the grill this summer — PAGE 4.

SHEEP ON ROBINSON RB gets a flock of ‘groundskeepers’ for the summer — PAGE 10.

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION Families and friends gather to celebrate the 4th — PAGE 3.

Thursday, July 9, 2015 Sustaining & Supporting the Stuttgart U.S. Military Community

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Make a splash this summer with tons of outdoor activities Stuttgart has to offer from pools to parks to upcoming fests. — Pages 12-13

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U.S. Military on display at the 51st International Paris Air Show, the largest aerospace event in the world. — PAGE 9

Military and civilian logistics experts from several countries attend the Africa Logistics Forum June 21-23. — PAGE 8

Tips for cooking with propane (LP) gas and charcoal grills safely this summer. — PAGE 4

The Sesame Street/USO Experience show performed live at Patch Fitness Center. — PAGE 2


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Eagles bring home gold in world tournament By Jessica Ahles Special to the Citizen

After a weekend packed with tough competition, buzzer beaters, and standing-room-only crowds, the Stuttgart Eagles U-12 boys basketball team considers taking home the firstplace gold medal at the 2015 United World Games their crowning moment of the season. “I was nervous because we would be playing some hard teams and really competitive teams,” said Ashton Muse, 11, shooting guard for the Eagles. “I was happy and excited coming back to Germany being the team to win the United World Games.” Eleven Stuttgart Eagles U-12 players, ranging from ages 10 to 12, traveled to compete in this year’s United World Games hosted in Klagenfurt, Austria. The UWG connects over a thousand young athletes, from more than 30 countries, bringing them together through a shared passion for sports. From June 18 to 21, teams played in an Olympic-style tournament including competitions in basketball, soccer, volleyball, handball, and rugby. The Stuttgart Eagles played among 10 international teams from Austria, Germany, Croatia, Turkey, and

The Stuttgart Eagles earned first place after defeating a German team 40-36 at the United World Games. — Photo provided by Head Coach Avery Muse Sr.

Hungary, all shooting for a chance to stand on the winners podium in the Wörthersee stadium—known as a platform for the European Soccer Championships in 2008. “In this tournament, every game was a close game, but the kids always pushed through,” said Head Coach Avery Muse Sr. “It’s one thing to win by a blowout but it’s another to push through adversity and come

out on top.” The Eagles advanced from the group round with a record of 3-0 and defeated Hungary 36-26 in the quarterfinals. However, the most anticipated game of the tournament was not for first place, but instead against another US team from Rammstein in the semi-finals. — See EAGLES on Page 7

Sesame Street and the USO perform live on Patch Story and photos by Holly DeCarlo-White USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office

It’s not every day that Elmo, Cookie Monster and their friends visit the Stuttgart military community. U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart hosted the Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families with two shows created specifically for military children June 26 at the Patch Fitness Center. Families with young children gathered to watch Sesame Street characters perform in “Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families: Moving Day.” Strollers filled the Patch Fitness Center parking lot, and the gymnasium was full of spinning Elmo toys as children waited for the real one to appear. Sesame Street and the USO know that when one family member serves, the whole family serves. The character Katie was added to the cast to model real-life experiences of today’s military children. Families are taken on a journey with Katie and all of her Sesame Street friends in hopes of

helping them understand and relate to changes that occur regularly in military life. The show originally began as a workshop called Elmo’s Dad is Deployed, it has evolved into a full live traveling performance. “It is important for the kids to see a military kid just like them.” said Nicole McClendon, USO Tour Manager. “We bring the show to

families on base to let them know we are here for them. The show is for them and about them.” “Katie is Moving to a New Base,” deals with a military child who is sad because she must move to a new location. Her friends help her see the upsides to relocating to a new base.

— See SESAME STREET on Page 7

Quinn Lai poses on her way in to see Sesame Street friends perform live at Patch Fitness Center.


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Davetta Cross and Sianne Jusino-Vega sing the National Anthem.

Photos by Takisha Miller ABOVE And BELOW: Children enjoyed various activities throughout the day including games, face painting stations and giveaways.

The grills were fired up with yummy food options at the FMWR tent and many other vendors, for a fun filled start to Independence Day weekend.

Live music performances included the U.S. Army Europe Show Band, Barry Foley Duo playing country western tunes, Samba drummers Repicando, classic hits from K.D. Riffkyn, ending the night with U2 tribute band, L.A. Vation (pictured).

The Independence Day celebration on July 3 at Patch Husky Field was a hot one, closing the evening with live entertainment and a huge display of fireworks.


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Health Beat: Healthy Grilling

Photo by senk/ By Giovanna Reyes-Alexander Public Health Command Region-Europe

July, and Independence Day mark the start of the barbecue season for many. Before you fire up the grill this year, consider what options you might have to make it a healthy, as well as satisfying fun experience. According to the dietary guidelines for Americans 2010, a healthful diet should include fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat or fat free dairy products. It should also contain lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts. The guidelines also suggest limiting saturated fats, trans-fats, cholesterol, salt (sodium), and added sugar. All these should also be done in conjunction with ensuring that

one does not exceed their recommended caloric intake. Healthy eating practices should be included as part of our plan to stay ready and resilient. The Performance Triad recognizes that proper nutrition is an integral part of ensuring that our entire community enjoy a great quality of life. Having a healthy meal and a delicious meal are not mutually exclusive. Healthy cooking techniques such as grilling, can capture the flavor of foods without adding extra calories. According to a Botsford registered dietician, the high heat from the grill preserves the foods moisture thereby keeping it tender. This eliminates the need to add oil or butter during cooking, and makes you less reliant on sauces or other condiments to enhance flavor. To ensure that the meat is cooked thor-

oughly, baking meat covered in the oven before cooking on the grill, may assure food is cooked to a safe temperature. This suggestion is however not necessary to achieve the specified internal temperature, especially for the seasoned griller or outdoor chef. These methods are great ways to reduce the fat content of meals without sacrificing taste as well as food safety. The high heat from grilling also causes excess fat on meats to drip off, thereby lowering the fat content of the meat itself. It is important to remember, though, that the addition of sour cream, butter, sauces and toppings add fat and calories to the meal and should be used sparingly or in moderation so as to not counteract the benefits of this cooking practice. Certain

cuts and types of meat are also higher in fat than others. During the summer, the Centers for Disease Control recommends the use of leaner options such as skinless chicken or turkey, fish and lean pork most often. Using the breast is also a lower fat option than dark meats such as the thigh or leg. For the 4th of July, try to cut back on the fats in some of the aforementioned ways, if you choose to enjoy ribs, steaks, brats and hamburgers. When making condiments and sauces, utilize some of the great European options available by making low fat/non-fat yogurt dressings instead of mayonnaise based sauces and dressings as an example. Healthy eating also encompasses eating a variety of foods from the different food groups. Fruit and vegetables can be prepared on the grill as well as being part of meals as a side dish. Vegetable and fruit Kebabs are a fun way of incorporating these foods on the grill. When they are grilled, they tend to also retain more of the vitamins and minerals they contain. Buying the fruits and vegetables that are in season, also ensures that your friends and family are getting the freshest produce at better prices. Be creative and research ways to incorporate some of the fruits and vegetables here in Germany that may not be familiar. They may be well worth the experiment! Variety is the spice of life so enjoy the different foods that can be part of any summer celebrations. Remember to eat in moderation and always practice safety when cooking outdoors on the grill.

Safety Corner: Barbecue Grill Safety By U.S. Army IMCOM

According to the Barbecue Industry Association, 66 million Americans cook outdoors regularly. Hopefully you will not be one of the people treated in emergency rooms this summer for injuries related to charcoal, propane and wood-burning grills. Outdoor cooking injuries can be avoided by observing the following safety precautions. Before cooking • Instruct children on the dangers of a lit grill. • Choose a safe grilling location away from children’s play areas and areas of heavy traffic. The area should be well-ventilated to avoid danger from carbon monoxide and other combustion by-products. • Never grill inside or even in a semienclosed area, such as a tent or camper. Always grill on a flat, stable platform.

• Do not wear clothing that could contact the fire, such as hanging shirttails or dangling strings. • Never leave a grill unattended. Cooking with propane (LP) gas grills • Read the owner’s manual and operating instructions carefully. • Use the exact type of tank and fuel specified. • Check hoses and valve connections often by pouring soapy water on the connection points. If bubbles appear, retighten the connections and test again. • Transfer and store liquid propane cylinders in an upright position and never where temperatures can reach 125 degrees. • Whether using a grill lit by a match or pushbutton igniter, always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Cooking with charcoal grills • Never start a fire with gasoline. • If using an electric fire starter, use an insulated indoor/outdoor cord plugged into an outlet protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter. • Be sure the ground is dry and do not stand in water when plugging the starter into an outlet. • The starter will stay hot for several minutes after use, so place it out of the reach of children and on a surface that will not burn. • If using instant-light briquettes: Spread instant-light briquettes into a single layer, making sure they touch at the edges. Light several of them at their edges with a match. • If using standard charcoal briquettes: Stack standard briquettes in a pyramid to allow air to circulate around them, causing them to light faster. Apply lighter fluid before light-

ing; wait at least 1 minute before lighting to allow the lighter fluid to soak in. Never add fluid to the coals once they’ve been lit. Flare-Ups: Fat from your meat will drip onto the fire. The fire ignites the fat, causing flare-ups. The following tips can help prevent flare-ups. • Grill low-fat meat. • Trim excess fat from your meat. • Place a drip pan beneath the meat to catch fat before it hits the coals. • Don’t place meat directly over the heat source. • Keep the grill cover closed and adjust vents as necessary. For other safety tips, visit www. safety.

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Photo Contest to Celebrate the exChange’s 120th birthday Attention all photography fans! AFN Stuttgart and the Exchange are hosting a very special photo contest right here in Stuttgart with prizes to the top winners. The contest starts June 26, and will end on July 20. Winners will receive gift cards at the Exchange celebration on July 25 in the Panzer Mall between noon and 1 p.m. The theme for this contest is simple, celebrate the Exchange’s 120 birthday by taking a photo with an X in the background, at your favorite Exchange store, or with an Exchange logo in the background. Be creative and have fun; your work may end up displayed in the mall for all to see.

Submissions should be sent to AFNStuttgartOnline@gmail. com. Please put photo contest in the subject line. All photos will be displayed on the AFN Stuttgart Facebook page; community members can vote by liking any photos they think best fits the subject or shows creativity. Winners will receive gift cards for first, second and third place in the amount of $50 for first place; $25 each for second and third places; and $10 each to three honorable mention places. Winners will have their photos displayed in the Panzer Mall in a poster format. There will also be a photo display for honorable mentions. AFN Stuttgart and the Exchange will host a live remote in the Panzer Mall when the winners’ prizes are distributed. In addition, we will pick best photo of the week every week during the contest; winners will receive two free theater tickets. The Exchange will celebrate its 120 birthday on July 25 at the Panzer Mall. Activities and special sales start at 10 a.m., followed by a cake cutting at noon, and awards to photo contest winners from 12:30 - 1 p.m. For photo contest rules, visit the AFN Stuttgart Facebook Page.

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The Citizen, July 9, 2015 EAGLES “My favorite part was probably the semi-final championship games,” said Donovan Clay, 12, point guard for the Eagles. “Those were the most fun to play in… because it was close until the very end. It felt like the finals.” The Eagles proved to be the better team, topping Rammstein 42-37, and earned first place after defeating a German team 40-36. For Assistant Coach Donnell Clay, the most memorable moment played out immediately following the final buzzer. “The excitement and joy of the players when they won and seeing their winning smiles, that was the most fulfilling part,” he said. Avery Muse Sr. said after training hard throughout the SESAME STREET “Katie’s Family Transitions to Civilian Life,” deals with a military child who is transitioning to civilian life at Sesame Street after living on military bases. Her friends help her realize that she will always be a part of the military community by staying in contact with friends, making new friends in new places, and more. Characters Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, Rosita, and Honker were all there to help Katie and get the crowd singing and dancing. “It was awesome!” exclaimed LeeAnn Bayer, mom of 3, after watching the show. “Seeing the patriotism and kindness catches my heart. It hits me whenever they are singing about being blue. We hope the kids understand the message.” The Sesame Street Experience is free and was open to the entire Stuttgart community and their guests. In addition to the performance, there were giveaways for attendees including red, white

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season and preparing for the tournament, he enjoyed seeing the kids reap the reward, ending their season with a 26-2 record. “From the very beginning, we worked extremely hard to play the game the right way, to learn new habits — and to grow together as a team,” he said. “One of the strengths we gained was being able to match the intensity in all of our games throughout the season. This is a really special group of kids.” The Stuttgart Eagles Basketball Club, according to their website, strives to provide young athletes with the same quality of training as they would receive in the US. In addition to skilled basketball players, they’re mission is to build well-rounded individuals by requiring a high grade-point average and maintaining good disciplinary status.

Reflecting on the tournament, Avery Muse Sr. said it was a great opportunity for the players to gain experience playing competitive teams as well as to build international connections. He said he’s excited to return to the UWG with the team next year to represent both the club and the US. “I think we showed character, sportsmanship, and skill (in the UWG tournament),” he said. “You always have to remember you’re representing your country and that’s a big deal. We’re there to really represent the red, white, and blue.” Stuttgart Eagles U-12 boys basketball team takes home the first-place gold medal at the 2015 United World Games, their crowning moment of the season. — Photo provided by Head Coach Avery Muse Sr.

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and blue USO bandanas, magnets, Elmo whirly lights and fun-themed educational materials for kids and parents. For tips and guidance, visit Sesame Street’s Military Families Near and Far website at The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families performed live at Patch Fitness Center with a funfilled show on June 26.

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U.S. Air Force Col. Stephen Hughes, chief of international affairs for U.S. Air Force Europe and Africa, participates in a small group discussion as part of the Africa Logistics Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, June 24, 2015. U.S. Africa Command sponsored the three-day forum in partnership with the Africa Union and the Africa Center for Strategic Studies.

AFRICOM hosts logistics forum By Staff Sgt. Christopher Klutts United States Africa Command

Whether fighting deadly diseases, facing the challenges of refugees fleeing violence in their homelands, or combating violent extremists, nations in Africa are seeking ways to move across the continent quickly with the right equipment to meet these needs. To discuss how, military and civilian logistics experts, representing 36 African countries, and others from several European countries, attended the Africa Logistics Forum June 21-23, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. U.S. Africa Command sponsored the forum in partnership with the African Union and the U.S. Africa Center for Strategic Studies. “In Africa, logistics has an important role in nearly everything we do. Whether it’s building partner capacity or enabling an ally or partner,” said Gen. David Rodriguez during the forum’s keynote address. Rodriguez, AFRICOM commander, said strong logistics capabilities are crucial to crises response and used Operation United Assistance — the USAID-led effort to assist Liberia during the Ebola outbreak —as an example of logistics in action. During

the operation, nearly 3,000 U.S. troops deployed to West Africa. “Efforts across the logistics enterprise helped to set the theater for three additional efforts that we made, including communication and coordination, engineering and healthcare worker training,” he added. As African partner nations work together to combat regional threats — like Boko Haram in West Africa and Al Shabaab in Somalia —they need to move forces in, out and around a multinational conflict zone. Strategic airlift, a major theme during the forum, addressed this issue. “We’re here to look at some smart ways, some simple ways that experts can determine how to move forces from point A to point B,” said U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Uduak Udoaka, chief of logistics engagement and exercises for AFRICOM. Col. D. Ahouanvoedo, a logistician with the Benin armed force, knows firsthand how important a capability like strategic airlift can be to troops on the ground. “Our battalion was overstretched in the Congo, and we had a problem supplying materials to our battalion,” he said. Ahouanvoedo was one of many

who shared their experiences from the field with peers during small group discussions. Italy Army Brig. Gen. Dionigi Loria, director of logistics for the European Union Military Staff, said strategic airlift operations must be quick to prevent or end conflicts before they escalate. Not all partner nations in Africa have that capability and the coordination between countries can take time. “How to deploy forces from the member states to the crisis area in the area of operation is probably one of the most challenging logistics functions,” he said. Loria added that there are multiple ways to deliver strategic airlift capabilities, whether from a nation’s military, through a contracted company, or multinational solutions similar to the European Union’s Multinational Movement Control Center —Europe. “There are challenges. But what is important is the willingness to solve them, to tackle them. To make sure the African Union is able to conduct crisis response operations in an efficient and effective way,” Loria said. While the EU’s member nations’ military presents a model for the African Union to follow, AU member

states and other partner nations will have to find a solution that works for them. Retired Senegal Army Col. Mor Mbow, now chief of mission and support operations, AU Peace and Security Division, said he doesn’t expect answers to come in three days. Instead, he hopes conversations between logisticians and the relationships they build during the forum will make follow-on working groups and multinational exercises more productive. “Now we need to move to a more practical phase. And I’m sure that the working groups that we have established will be able to come up with practical solutions, starting with the principle of using African resources,” Mbow said. Mbow said he envisions an African Union where member states build capacity as partners and only rely on resources from the international community to “augment” capabilities organic to that country. In essence, partner nations provide their own strategic airlift. To get there, logisticians will continue to share their experiences in venues like the Africa Logistics Forum while testing their skills and systems during multinational exercises.

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U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force aircraft are on display during the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget Airport, France, June 17, 2015. The Paris Air Show provides a collaborative opportunity to share and strengthen the U.S. and European strategic partnership that has been forged during the last seven decades and is built on a foundation of shared values, experiences and vision. The event is expected to bring in 315,000 people, a record 2,215 companies, 150 aircraft and will span 324,000 square meters. — Photo by Tech. Sgt. Ryan Crane

US Military on display at Paris Air Show By TechSgt Ryan Crane U.S. Air Forces in Europe

Department of Defense representatives and aircraft were on hand at the 51st International Paris Air Show, the largest aerospace event in the world, at Le Bourget Airport June 15-21 Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James along with Heidi Grant, deputy undersecretary of Air Force international affairs, Dr. William LaPlante, assistant secretary of the Air Force (acquisitions) and Gen. Frank Gorenc, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, attended the air show to meet with foreign defense officials, air chiefs and industry CEOs. While the flying demonstrations at the air show are expected to draw a crowd of more than 139,000 over the three days it is open to the public, the main attraction for the DOD is the opportunity to build partnerships with their European allies and reaffirm their commitment to a secure and peaceful Europe. James spoke to many of those

partners during the U.S. pavilion opening ceremony. “It takes all of us working in a very synchronized fashion to reach our goal,” James explained. “We in the Air Force like to talk about global vigilance, global reach and global power, but we can’t get any of that done without our partners. In fact, I would submit that our joint success in the future will depend on those very partnerships. The air show provides a collaborative opportunity to share and strengthen the U.S. and European strategic partnership that has been forged during the last seven decades and is built on a foundation of shared values, experiences and vision. “Its important to show American equipment and American Airmen,” Gorenc said, “and it’s important that we describe how those Airmen and equipment operate together. We need to highlight our ability to interoperate with our partners. While these meetings with foreign military officials and industry executives are the main focus for the DOD representatives, the crowd pleasers

are the aircraft the U.S. flew in to showcase. Eleven aircraft make up the DOD corral of static displays which feature the A-10 Thunderbolt II, F-15E Strike Eagle, F-16C Fighting Falcon, CH-47 Chinook, RQ-7 Shadow UAV, UH-72 Lakota, UH-60 Black Hawk, AH-64 Apache, WC-130J Weatherbird and the P-8 Poseidon. Many of these aircraft are vital components supporting Operation Atlantic Resolve, an ongoing mission led by U.S. European Command. OAR is the all-encompassing mission to demonstrate commitment to NATO allies and partners for peace in light of ongoing Russian intervention in Ukraine. Events like this highlight the importance of working together to take on future challenges. “Last year the biggest thing on the plate was how are we going to transition in Afghanistan,” Gorenc said in a recent interview. “This year, we deal with Russia, we’re dealing with ISIS [the Islamic State group], and we’re dealing with ebola. So, it reinforces the fact that despite all of our efforts, we cannot predict the future. However, what we can

predict is when there are challenges in the world, air power will be part of that solution. Oftentimes, air power is the first to respond.” That responsive airpower is on display at Le Bourget. Nearly 100 U.S. personnel, who are familiar with these aircraft, were on hand to meet guests, answer questions and give tours. They also had the chance to channel their inner celebrity and strike a pose for their fans. “Every time we come to an air show the best part is just interacting with the crowds and people,” said Col. Dave Pollmiller, DOD air boss. “To be able to share our story and what our airplanes do, that is always the best part.” For most of the U.S. military here, it is the first time exhibiting their aircraft at an airshow, and it’s not a time they will soon forget. “I like seeing people from other countries and all of their aircraft and the items that they have here,” said Chief Warrant Officer Gerry Smith. “They are very friendly, and it’s great to be able to see things in person that we could normally only see on TV. It has been a great experience here in Paris.”


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Going Green: Natural lawnmowers cut carbon emissions on RB By S.J. Grady USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office

U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s Directorate of Public Works has found a clever way of trimming its budget and reducing its carbon footprint — by bringing in sheep to trim the grounds. Twenty black-headed sheep have taken up residence on Robinson Barracks to help maintain the installation’s vast, grassy hillsides in an environmentallyfriendly manner. The installation welcomed the grazing herd June 22. The livestock, owned by shepherd Dieter Fischle, are penned in a portable electric fence and will be moved as the sheep work their way through the grass. Robinson Barracks will be their home through the summer. It’s not the first time sheep have been a part of RB’s landscape. Several community members remember the sheep from years past. Natalie Camp, the Patch librarian, spent her elementary school years on Robinson Barracks in the early 70s. These days Robinson Barracks is seen as a quiet bedroom community, but back then, with more than 4,000 Soldiers and civilians working on the caserne, it was the hub of what was dubbed the Greater Stuttgart Military Community. Home to the largest PX in Europe at the time, “it was the place to go,” she said. Even with all the hustle and bustle, a large huge flock of sheep came once a year to graze freely.

“It was a challenge to negotiate the sheep patties on the way to school through the valley,” Camp said. “But I have great memories, and I’m happy they have come back.” When Heidi Malarchik, the USAG Stuttgart deputy to the commander, caught a glimpse of the sheep on her way to the American Forces Network Stuttgart studios June 24, she said she was transported back to 1979. “I lived in the bachelor officers’ quarters at Robinson Barracks and remember my delight at seeing the sheep on early summer mornings munching on the grass.” If Facebook posts are any indication of sentiment, current RB residents feel the same way. One thing is for sure. For RB residents, both past and present, the sheep will not easily be forgotten. “The legendary sheep remain a special part of our German experience,” Malarchik said.

A flock of sheep graze contently on Robinson Barracks during the early morning hours June 24. — Photo by Heidi Malarchik, USAG Stuttgart.

On the Blotter On June 20 a service member was stopped by military police for failure to stop at a stop sign. Upon approach by the military police it turned out that the service member was not licensed and that the registered owner of the vehicle permitted the driver to drive without a USAREUR license in violation of Army in Europe Regulation 190-1. The two were brought to the military police station for further processing. USAREUR- licensed drivers who knowingly allow an unlicensed person to drive their vehicle are assessed 6 points on their license. Accumulating 12 or more points in one year results in a mandatory 180-day license suspension. June 18 – June 30 there were 10 inattentive driving incidents, to include failure to clear

the rear, failure to yield the right-of-way, other minor traffic accidents and damage to parked vehicles.

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While on an evening walk with his mother June 24, Rigby Carter, 4, expresses his delight at the flock of sheep on RB. — Photo by Hillary Carter.


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What’s happening in FMWR Run To RemembeR Remember those that have fallen in battle since 9/11 at the Run to Remember on July 11, 8:30 a.m. at the Panzer Parade Field. This event is hosted in conjunction with the 1/10th SFG (A). DSN 430-7136/CIV 0711-680-7136.

GeT ouT and abouT wiTh ouTdooR RecReaTion Have some paintball fun with ODR on July 11, 9:30 a.m. Price includes mask rental, field fee and bag of paint (500 balls). Open to both US ID cardholders and non-ID cardholder guests. DSN 431-2774/CIV 07031-15-2774. Explore the castle ruins of Burg Hohenurach with ODR July 18, 9 a.m.. After a nice hike, enjoy the relaxing atmosphere at the Alb Thermen Spa. Special treatments must be booked in advance at DSN 431-2774/CIV 07031-15-2774. Get the ultimate adrenaline rush by skydiving with ODR on July 19, 9 a.m. Price includes transportation, equipment, instruction session and one tandem jump. Extra fee for a handheld camera or video on the jump. No GoPros or personal cameras allowed

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The Gallows (R) 9 p.m. July 11 — Minions (PG) 3 p.m.,

July 12 —

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Minions in 3D (PG) 6 p.m., The Gallows (R) 9 p.m. Minions in 3D (PG) 4 p.m., Terminator Genisys in 3D (PG-13) 7 p.m. Ted 2 (R) 6 p.m. Minions (PG) 6 p.m. Ant-Man in 3D (PG-13) 6 p.m., 9 p.m. Minions (PG) 3 p.m., Ant-Man (PG-13) 6 p.m., Train Wreck (R) 9 p.m. Ant-Man in 3D (PG-13) 4 p.m., Trainwreck (R) 7 p.m. Ant-Man in 3D (PG-13) 6 p.m.

Editor’s note: The movies listing was the most current at the time of publication. Dates are subject to change. Please check with your local theater for the most up-todate schedule.

© 2015 - Universal Pictures / Photo courtesy of MInions — The story of Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment’s Minions begins at the dawn of time. Starting as single-celled yellow organisms, Minions evolve through the ages, perpetually serving the most despicable of masters. Continuously unsuccessful at keeping these masters—from T. rex to Napoleon—the Minions find themselves without someone to serve and fall into a deep depression. But one Minion named Kevin has a plan, and he—alongside teenage rebel Stuart and lovable little Bob—ventures out into the world to find a new evil boss for his brethren to follow. The trio embarks upon a thrilling journey that ultimately leads them to their next potential master, Scarlet Overkill (Academy Award® winner Sandra Bullock), the world’s first-ever female super-villain. They travel from frigid Antarctica to 1960s New York City, ending in mod London, where they must face their biggest challenge to date: saving all of Minionkind...from annihilation. Additionally, Minions is eaturing a soundtrack of hit music from the ’60s that still permeates our culture today.

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Garmisch UNPLUGGED! Story by Wendy Payne contributing writer for We call it Garmisch but locals call it Ga-Pa or Garmisch-Partenkirchen. If you are familiar with this part of Bavaria and have visited numerous times, we hope this blog helps you discover some of the other “hidden” treasures. With the help of fellow blogger and friend Kelly Lauer, we hope to introduce you to parts of Ga-Pa you may have yet to discover. You may find yourself going there several times during your tour as this area is a favorite with visiting family and friends. However, here are a few “off-grid” places you may want to try on your own. Oh! Oberammergau! The adorable town of Oberammergau (just outside of Garmisch) has a plethora of activities for you to try. Their very friendly (and English speak-

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ing) tourism office is easy to find right on the main street and offers many options to experience. Mostly known for their handmade wood carvings and ornaments, there are two Käthe Wohlfahrts (a Christmas decoration store) in this town, one specifically a “ChristKringleMarkt.” Passion Play Also famous for its “Passion Play” production which performs every ten years (the next one is in 2020), the players must be born in Oberammergau

or have lived in town for 20 years. Our guide told us the men of the town start growing their beards in early summer and the women grow their hair long. She also said it is quite a treat to see the transformation in town. Eating Out For those with a sweet tooth, you may want to try a local delicacy called “Kaiserschmarren.” Order this at the beginning of your meal as it takes 2030 minutes to prepare, so unfortunately I missed my chance of trying it. But I was told it is the best dessert you’ll ever have. We were encouraged to visit a wonderful restaurant at Hotel Maxx. And it is not to be missed as the food and service were impeccable. Although I missed out on having this treat, I did get to try the delicious Apfelkuchen (apple strudel) with homemade ice cream. Hiking Partnach-Klamm Partnach-Klamm is a deep gorge that is 702 meters long and over 80 meters deep in some areas. Walking the trail provides breathtaking views of rock faces, mountain sides and a raging river below. What to expect: There is a hiking path carved into the rock along the gorge. While there are poles staked in the ground with chains to use as a handrail, I don’t recommend it for persons with mobility issues because there are uneven and slick surfaces. Dogs are permitted on a leash. (If your dog tugs on the leash, this adventure also should be missed.) We saw kids as young as 6 on the trail enjoying themselves, but keep in mind that there is no room for strollers. So this trip is best left for kids who can make the walk on their own. What to wear: You Will Get Wet. In the Partnach-Klamm water drips even after a long time without precipitation. For safety’s sake, wear waterproof and slip resistant shoes. Because a lot of the trail is through tunnels, umbrellas are not advised. They’re actually more dangerous than helpful in cramped quarters. A waterproof jacket with a hood or a hat is your best bet.

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Open daily: May-June and October from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. July-September from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. November-April from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Ticket prices: Adult €4 Children under 17: €2.50 Family Ticket: €9.50 How to Get to Garmisch: Garmisch is approximately 5 hours and 5 minutes drive southeast of Kaiserslautern, five-hour drive south of Wiesbaden and a 3-hour drive south of Stuttgart. Authors’ Profile: Wendy Payne is a military spouse and lives with her family in Stuttgart, Germany. She is a freelance writer, blogger, and photographer. She also enjoys gardening, hiking, yoga and sharing Europe with people. Kelly is a DOD wife, devoted dog-mom, a mediocre cook, a whiskey aficionado and an avid traveler who’s exploring the Kaiserslautern area with dog and husband in town.

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Thu, Jul 23 – Sun, Jul 26 Tübingen, Festplatz The 6th annual Africa festival in Tübingen will focus on Cameroon this year. Visit the Festplatz from July 23 to 26 to discover the country, culture and most importantly: music. Meet people from all over Europe and Africa and connect over your shared interest in performers and their arts. If you want to come with your family, you and your children can participate in workshops and watch one of the dance or theatre shows. For more information, visit

EVENTS Refreshening Waiblingen Thu, Jul-Sep Waiblingen, city center 11 Thursdays have been selected from July to September to host wine parties in Waiblingen’s cozy city center. A different vineyard will present and offer its selection every week. Live music and different snack and beverage booths promise to take your mind off a stressful week. The local band ‘Zaitensprung’ will be playing on July 9 from 5 p.m., a roofed location is available should the weather be bad. Admission is free. For more info, go to Writing workshop Fri, Jul 10 Tübingen, Deutsch Amerikanisches Institut Test your creative writing skills and maybe discover a secret talent or simply intensify your love for writing with the help of American literature specialist Carolyn Murphey Melchers at her workshop on July 10 at the d.a.i in Tübingen. Connect with other creative minds who enjoy expressing themselves with the help of metaphors, symbols and co to create something extraordinary. Art. Admission is free, all you need is a pencil and some great ideas. For more info, visit Sound for Europe Fri, Jul 10 – Sat, Jul 11 Esslingen, LIMA It’s a well-known fact that music brings people together but how powerful is its

magic really? How far can it reach? Fragments and photos along with music and lyrics will answer that question for you and explain what freedom and equality should really look like, and feel like. Andreas Weiner will be playing Beethoven and Schiller, dreaming of a united Europe, at the LIMA in Esslingen starting at 8 p.m. A solo for two on July 10, 11, 17, 18. Admission costs €15, click to get your ticket or see for more info. Retro Race Sat, Jul 11 – Sun, Jul 12 Stuttgart, Messe The annual Retro Race wants to invite you to a memorial of one of Germany’s oldest race tracks in the heart of Stuttgart. Whether you’re into motorsports or just looking for something to do with your family: this is the place to go. The entire history of cars and motorbikes are summed up at this exhibition and promise to astound your children as well as yourself and who knows maybe you’re going home with a brand new race car from one of the many sales people offering young- and old-timers right there at Stuttgart’s Messe between July 11 and 12. Admission costs €16. For more info, go to Underground tour Thu, Jul 16 Esslingen, city center Experience Esslingen’s underground during the tour “Keller, Krypta, Katakomben” (cellars, crypts, catacombs). The tour will start at 6 p.m. from the

“Dicker Turm” (big tower) at the castle and will lead to Esslingen’s ossuary under the city archive, some excavations and many more secret locations. The tour is normally in German but if you inform the Tourist Information at your registration, they will do a bilingual tour. Admission is €11. For more info call 0711-39693969 or see Stone Age Breakfast Tue, Jul 21 Stuttgart, Museum am Löwentor Find out whether they had yummy jam in the Ice Age and discover more delicious dishes they might have eaten thousands of years ago. The colorful program starts at 3 p.m. on July 21 at the Museum am Löwentor. Admission costs €2.50 per person. The program is recommended for children from the age of 5 and is scheduled to last 2 hours. Call 0711-8936126 for more info and to reserve your seat at a table for you and your family. SPORTS American football Sat, Jul 18 Stuttgart, GAZI-Stadion Summer time and football mesh well together. Enjoy the summer season with a great game of American football. The Stuttgart Scorpions are playing against the Franken Knights. Game will be on July 18 at 6 p.m. For more information about the game go to

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