USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs 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. Most retail goods are taxedRead More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs The Exchange offers a variety of shopping and services for the Stuttgart military community, with expanded options on shopmyexchange.com. In addition to shopping in the store, authorized customers can order items for delivery directly to their CMR box in Stuttgart or to the Panzer Main StoreRead More

By Sonja Schoenharting, Relocation Readiness Program Manager, ACS Relocating to a new duty location, whether it be in the States or in a foreign country, can seem like a daunting task. However, Army Community Services (ACS) is here to make your transition from one location to the next as smoothRead More

By Brian Pappas, School Liaison Officer Welcome to USAG Stuttgart! My goal as a School Liaison Officer is to help ease school-related transitions for incoming families. I hope the information below helps to point you in the right direction, and look forward to answering any questions that arise. DoDEA schoolsRead 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. Understanding how the SOFA affects you will make forRead More

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

Welcome to the community! We would like to invite you to join us in one of our services. The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Religious Support Office (RSO) attempts to meet the needs of various faith groups by providing different religious services. Protestant worship services include: Traditional, Liturgical, Contemporary, and GospelRead More

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 on all installations except Panzer. To open a CMR mailbox,Read 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. Germany is part of the European Union, a collection of European nationsRead More

USAG Stuttgart Central Processing Facility Travel to Stuttgart Sponsors of incoming personnel should be aware that all personnel assigned to Panzer Kaserne, Kelley Barracks, Patch Barracks, Robinson Barracks, Stuttgart Army Airfield, or the International Training Center-Pfullendorf should fly directly into the Ramstein Gateway Reception Center via Air Mobility Command’s militaryRead More

USAG Stuttgart Housing Office Prior to selecting a location Verify internet strength and capability options through local internet providers. Determine availability of adequate, nearby parking. To reduce noise, consider whether there are the following within close proximity: Major Industrial area Ongoing or pending construction Proximity to train station, railroad, orRead 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

USAG Stuttgart Housing Office Recognizing where you will be living during your tour at USAG Stuttgart is important, we want to share a little about what you can expect. Approximately 30 percent of the USAG Stuttgart community live in the 1,300+ on-base Family Housing units, with the remaining 70 percentRead More

Stuttgart Army Health Clinic 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 Center (LRMC).Read More

USAG Stuttgart Environmental Office Figuring out how to sort trash and recycle environmentally friendly products in Germany can be quite complicated with different color bins and eco-labels. Germany has a very thorough waste sorting system with up to five or six different categories of waste and practices that vary fromRead More