By Bill Butler, EUCOM Command Historian As U.S. European Command turns 70 this year, historian Bill Butler shares pieces of history from America’s headquarters in Europe. Eighty-four years ago on 7 May 1938, Kurmärker Kaserne, now known as Patch Barracks, officially opened during a large ceremony open to the citizens
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Travel between Patch Barracks and Panzer Kaserne using Pascalstrasse, commonly known as “Frog Road,” will require a detour near Patch while repair work is conducted on the bridge carrying the roadway over Autobahn 831. Full information is available in the following translated press release from the
Denim Day, an opportunity to show solidarity with victims of sexual assault, is April 27. Army Community Service and the Directorate of Human Resources will be manning an informational table in the lobby of building 2915 on Panzer Kaserne from 7:30 a.m. – noon. Stop by and learn more, or take part in their group photo at 11:30 a.m.
Pennsylvaniastrasse will be closed for construction work near Bldg. 2345 (the former Patch Community Club) starting Monday, April 25, meaning drivers must use an alternate route to get to the northwest side of post. Signs will be in place to advise drivers of the detour using New-York-Str and Ohiostr.
The Panzer commissary gate, also known as the back gate, will be closed from April 19, 2022 until construction on Panzerstrasse is complete in mid-to-late June. In the meantime, all traffic entering or exiting the main post of Panzer Kaserne must use the main access control point on Herdweg.
As part of the Easter celebrations on USAG Stuttgart, our very own Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) will be escorting a very special guest around the garrison with an Easter capabilities demonstration. From 8 a.m., to 4 p.m. Thursday 14 April, DES plus their furry guest of honor will