Who can use the on-post shuttle bus, when and how?
Leaders in the Stuttgart military community, including civilian from all branches of government are invited to attend and participate in Leadership Engagement Series events, scheduled every other month at 3 p.m. at the Patch Barracks Theater.
A new registry enables the Army Public Health Center to provide current or former residents information on environmental health hazards, assist them in seeking medical care for any housing related illnesses or concerns, and serve as a two-way exchange of information for all potential enrollees.
Check out the upcoming events for single, unaccompanied or geographical bachelor service members.
The guest access procedure can be confusing as individual needs and installation access regulations change with security measures.
The garrison Refuse and Recycle Branch urges community members about the proper disposal or collection of bulk or hazardous items.
A town hall military retirees and active duty members transitioning into retirement took place on Panzer Kaserne, March 27.
Legal services are no longer offered in the ASAP building on Panzer.
Guidance from the U.S. Army Europe Child Supervision Policy, 2018.
Click here for the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart on post housing Resident Handbook.
FAQ: What is the appropriate response time for local fire and medical personnel to respond to calls from the Stuttgart military community?
Road conditions and advisory notifications are posted to the garrison Facebook page assessing on-post only conditions.
How to sort trash, recycle and go green with environmentally friendly products in Germany.
Need Wifi or computer or printer access? Here is all you need to know to do business within the Stuttgart military community.
With a USAREUR driver’s license in hand, drivers can register a vehicle and get a fuel card.