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

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Public transportation is the ideal way to travel in Germany and throughout Europe. With many forms of transit and a vast network of stops across the country, you don’t have to travel far to find a connection. The various levels of transit services combine to connectRead More

USAG Stuttgart Directorate of Family & MWR The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Directorate of Family & Morale, Welfare and Recreation (Family & MWR) operates multiple facilities across four installations and a golf course to provide programs and services for all ages and interest groups. Their dynamic services enhance the livesRead More

U.S. Citizens: All Federal job opportunities in Stuttgart are posted at Free Employment Readiness classes are available for all U.S. DOD ID card holders at Army Community Service (ACS) on Panzer Kaserne to help prepare federal and private sector resumes, public speaking and presentation skills, and dressing for success.Read More

USAG Stuttgart Religious Support Office Welcome to the community! As with any new move, finding a place to worship can prove to be a challenge. We want you to know that The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Religious Support Office wants to help you and your family find a place whereRead More

USAG Stuttgart Directorate of Human Resources (DHR) – Postal U.S. postal services at USAG Stuttgart consist of Army Post Offices (APOs, where you send mail) and Community Mail Rooms (CMRs, where you pick up letters and packages). Each residential installation has an APO and a CMR. They are co-located onRead More

USAG Stuttgart Family & MWR – ACS Family Support Moving is an integral part of military life. While the opportunity to experience different places can be one of the perks of this highly mobile lifestyle, it’s also one of the greatest challenges. Executing a permanent change of station move inRead More

Stuttgart Veterinary Treatment Facility Moving to an overseas installation can be stressful for pets. What will their life in Stuttgart be like? What is veterinary care like? Are there dog parks? Can pets go downtown, into public places, or travel with the family on vacation? For those with four-legged familyRead More

U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart The health system for service members, retirees, civilians and their families in Germany consists of local military community health services on Patch Barracks and Kelley Barracks, local host nation medical facilities for inpatient and outpatient primary and specialty care, and the Landstuhl Regional Medical CenterRead More

Stuttgart Law Center As a newly arrived member to the community, it is important to understand your legal status in Germany and your protections. Service members, civilians and family members on military orders are governed by the NATO Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA). Understanding how the SOFA affects you willRead More

Family & MWR – VAT & UTAP Office Service members, civilian employees and family members who fall under the Status of Forces Agreement are eligible for the VAT and UTAP tax savings. The Value Added Tax (VAT) is imposed by Germany on a wide variety of goods and services. MostRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Drivers with a USAREUR license can register an operational vehicle in the USAREUR Vehicle Registry. The first step is obtaining temporary license plates and registration. This requires a $45 fee for each year registered. Vehicles can be registered for 1-2 years at a time. New vehiclesRead More

Logistics Readiness Center (LRC) Stuttgart – Driver Testing/Training Office The U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) driver’s license allows personnel stationed in Stuttgart to drive in Germany without going through the process of obtaining a local driver’s license. It is also used as the basis for an International Driving Permit, which allowsRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Life in Germany can be very different than in the U.S., and it’s often the little things that make the big difference. These tips may help to ease some of those little daily challenges. Electricity and communications Germany uses a 220-volt electrical system which means manyRead More