U.S. Army Garrison Commander Col. Jason Condrey welcomes newcomers and encourages them to make use of the new, virtual in-processing procedures.
Sponsors are an important and helpful part of settling into a new place.
Upon arrival to Europe one of the first things many like to do is get out and do some shopping.
German regions each boast their own unique cuisine and pride themselves on certain foods or dishes.
Obtaining a USAREUR driver’s license, registering a vehicle, and being issued a ration card are all part of the larger in-processing experience organized by the Central Processing Facility.
Being mindful of some small differences to living in Germany can make a big difference in transitioning well.
Keeping the military resilient and ready to fight takes a balance of work and play.
Relocating to a new duty location can seem like a daunting task. ACS is here to assist you.
How to sort trash, recycle, and go green while living in Germany.
Living on a USAG Stuttgart military installation is having the best of both worlds–inside is a touch of America, outside is immersion into German culture.
The USAG Stuttgart Central Processing Facility now has virtual in-processing capability and newcomers can begin the process even before arrival.
The Stuttgart military community is composed of five installations throughout the greater Stuttgart metropolitan area.
To assist in your preparation and transition to the Stuttgart area, these links are provided to help you get the information you need.
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.