By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Repairs to the Patch Gym will begin next week. On Monday, Nov. 28, approximately 40 parking spots behind the building will be closed until project completion in 2024. During phase one there will be no effects on gym space. However patrons of the ‘Hub’ (The
By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Celebrate life with U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart and the greater Stuttgart Military Community this Thursday, Sept. 22, at 10:30 a.m. on the Panzer Parade Field. The small ceremony will have guest speakers will discuss why we need to choose life and how we can
By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs The Army Maintenance Activity application is your tool to submitting and monitoring a work order. Registration is straightforward and the system is designed to be user friendly, but to help you step off on the right direction here are some tips and tricks on how
By Bill Christina USAG Stuttgart Anti-Terroism Officer August is Antiterrorism Month, and this way aim not to just raise our awareness of the threat of terrorism, but also to encourage regular vigilance and communication to report potential threats. Throughout the month there is a series of articles highlighting key points
By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs 👀 What’s this new button on the app? 🛠 That’s your link to the Army Maintenance Activity (ARMA) site, and how you will submit your service orders here at USAG Stuttgart starting Sept 1. The old submission system through the StuttgartCitizen.com will sunset the same
By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Post Access Update: Beginning close of business, Friday, Aug. 12 and until further notice, visiting American citizens requiring unescorted access to USAG Stuttgart will require a National Crime Information Center check (NCIC) prior to arrival. The change does not affect local nationals who require
ESSO Card acceptance has been restored at the majority of stations across Germany. Stations still offline are uncommon, but may exist. Submitted refund requests continue to be processed, but may take time (i.e., several weeks) due to the sheer volume of submissions.
By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Volunteers across U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart chucked wood, stamped passports and helped with numerous vaccination drives saving the Army’s top post in Baden-Württemberg more than $1 million this year. 2000 volunteers gave 35,858 hours to agencies ranging from the thrift shop to the Red Cross