Stuttgart Veterinary Treatment Facility It’s PCS season, and one of the most common phone calls the Vet Clinic receives during this time of year is from folks who are getting ready to return to the U.S. and want to know how to take their pet with them. As with anythingRead More

By Vehicle Processing Center The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Department of Transportation (DOT) have set strict rules for shipping personally owned vehicles (POVs) into the United States. EPA and DOT Sticker Requirements The EPA sticker will be located in the motor compartmentRead More

Stuttgart Family & MWR – VAT/UTAP Office If you used the Value Added Tax Relief and Utility Tax Avoidance programs during your tour, you probably saved yourself a lot of money. Now that you are PCSing, save yourself a headache and clear these offices the proper way. VAT Office closeoutRead More

USAG Stuttgart Directorate of Public Works – Army Housing Office Are you leaving us? Here are some helpful tips for a smooth departure. Off post procedures First, request the official termination packet from the housing office. We will provide you procedures for notification to your landlord and tips for clearingRead More

USAG Stuttgart Directorate of Human Resources (DHR) – Passport/SOFA Office Are your passports, and those of your family members, valid for your upcoming permanent change of station? Overseas, passports are renewable up to a year before expiration. Most countries require you to have six months remaining on your passport toRead More

Logistics Readiness Center (LRC) Stuttgart – Transportation Peak season for Permanent Change of Station (PCS) begins May 15 and runs through Aug 31, with the busiest weeks being May 15 through July 4. The Stuttgart transportation staff is here to assist you with your move. There are important documents thatRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Stuttgart is an incredible place to have new adventures, whether exploring the region or taking advantage of its favorable location and connectedness to see the rest of Europe. There are a few things to be aware of to make life here, as well as far-off journeys,Read More

The Stuttgart community’s DoDEA schools are comprised of three elementary schools, a middle school (located on Patch Barracks), and a high school (located on Panzer Kaserne). Stuttgart High School Stuttgart High School (SHS), located on Panzer Kaserne, serves a student population of approximately 760 students with 70 teachers and administrators.Read More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs The Exchange The Exchange offers a variety of shopping and services for the Stuttgart military community, with expanded options on In addition to shopping in the store, authorized customers can order items for delivery directly to their CMR box in Stuttgart or to the PanzerRead More

Compiled by USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs *Hours are subject to change Kelley Barracks Kelley Barracks Commissary, Bldg. 3316 Salad bar and custom cakes by pre-order Broadway Café, Bldg. 3320 Coffees, teas and snacks Subway German Kantine, Bldg. 3362   Panzer Kaserne Panzer Kaserne Commissary, Bldg. 2957 The Originals Café (DiningRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs The traditional German manner of eating is to have a big, hearty warm meal at midday and have some bread, cheese and sausages or cold cuts in the evening. However, as times have changed, so have habits. Restaurants offer a wide variety of options ranging fromRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Shopping 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. Upon arrival in Stuttgart, shopping is one of the first things many newcomers like to do. However, military community membersRead More