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Stöckmann was born in Stolp, Pomerania (today Słupsk, Poland). His family was [[expulsion of Germans from Poland|expelled from his Stolp]] after [[World War II]] and he grew up in [[Jever]], Germany.
 
Stöckmann was born in Stolp, Pomerania (today Słupsk, Poland). His family was [[expulsion of Germans from Poland|expelled from his Stolp]] after [[World War II]] and he grew up in [[Jever]], Germany.
 
 
After passing his Abitur in 1961, he joined the Bundeswehr as an officer cadet in a [[Panzergrenadier]] battalion. Stöckmann attended his General Staff Training Course at the [[Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr]] in 1972 - 1974 and served at the General Army Office. In 1976 - 1978 he attended the General Staff Training Course at the [[Koninklijke Militaire Academie|Royal Dutch Military Academy]] in The Hague, the Netherlands.<ref name=nato/>
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After passing his [[Abitur]] in 1961, he joined the Bundeswehr as an officer cadet in a [[Panzergrenadier]] battalion. Stöckmann attended his General Staff Training Course at the [[Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr]] in 1972 - 1974 and served at the General Army Office. In 1976 - 1978 he attended the General Staff Training Course at the [[Koninklijke Militaire Academie|Royal Dutch Military Academy]] in The Hague, the Netherlands.<ref name=nato/>
 
 
 
After serving at the Panzergrenadiertroops he became the adjutant of the Chief of Staff of the German Army in 1982 and to the [[Chief of Staff, Bundeswehr|Chief of Staff of the Federal Armed Forces]] in 1984.
 
After serving at the Panzergrenadiertroops he became the adjutant of the Chief of Staff of the German Army in 1982 and to the [[Chief of Staff, Bundeswehr|Chief of Staff of the Federal Armed Forces]] in 1984.

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