Local news translated for the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart military community.
All eligible Stuttgart military community members will be able to make appointments for COVID-19 vaccination beginning April 20, 2021.
Postal impacts at Patch and Robinson Barracks the week of April 19
A scheduled Böblingen County construction project along Panzerstrasse, adjacent to Panzer Kaserne, will impact traffic flow in the area starting in May.
Housing is receiving an increased number of calls. For most efficient service, email the office for a response within two business days.
Update from the Panzer Education Center regarding Tuition Assistance (TA) availability on Army IgnitED
The garrison Summer Hire program, offering temporary jobs for U.S. family member dependents ages 14-22, is accepting applications through April 23.
Unmanned access is temporarily unavailable at Panzer.
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart honors Gold Star Spouses
Several registered demonstrations will take place in Stuttgart on April 3, and traffic disruption should be expected.
COVID-19 is impacting more than just our health. The environmental impact of take-out containers and discarded masks is climbing.
The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration is a program administered by the Office of the Secretary of Defense to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.
The finance office on Panzer Kaserne has new hours from 29 March.
Panzer Exchange concessions will move to appointment only and “Roving vendors” will be leaving Panzer mall.
Saint Patrick sets the example for finding hope from within