By the time the DOD stop movement order hit the Stuttgart community on March 25, the Stuttgart Army lodging team had been preparing for over a month to combat COVID-19.
Since the start of COVID-19, community members at USAG Stuttgart have supported their neighbors.
PCSing out? Here’s how to get to and check in for your departure flight.
As a member of the Stuttgart military community, you’re likely aware of the Panzer and Kelley Hotels.
Now is the peak season for the Vehicle Processing Centers.
Public Affairs USAG Stuttgart In each of the three major counties in the Stuttgart area, there are differences in how trash and recyclables are handled. For on post residents, things are relatively simple. Clearly labeled containers are available in all housing areas, and the online guide details what items can…
Are your passports, and those of your family members, valid for your upcoming permanent change of station?
Leaving Stuttgart and have students enrolled in any of the Stuttgart community?
Here are some tips for a successful household goods move.
Be sure to properly clear the VAT/UTAP office during PCS.
Moving is an integral part of military life. But when a family has a child or family member with special needs, it can be even more complicated.
There are a number of steps that must be taken to properly clear vehicle registration.
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.
The American Red Cross links members of the U.S. Armed Forces with their families during a crisis.
Here are some helpful tips from the USAG Stuttgart Housing Office to make your departure easier.