Spouses and children joined their sponsors for family in-processing, Jan. 10.
Military Policeman Spc. Joshua Lantz, HHC, USAG Stuttgart, is IMCOM-Europe’s Soldier of the Quarter.
The holiday season is over, which means tax season is right around the corner, and there are big changes to the Stuttgart Tax Center this year.
Some members of the military community who live or work outside the Umwelt Zone may still choose to own and register a diesel vehicle in areas where operating these vehicles remains permissible.
The ODR Center moved from Panzer Kaserne Bldg. 2953 to Bldg. 3320, bays 4, 5 and 6, Kelley Barracks.
As of Jan. 1 2019, the Land Baden-Wuerttemberg will initiate in the environmental zone Stuttgart a year-round traffic prohibition for all vehicles with diesel motors with the emission standard 4 / IV and lower.
The Stuttgart Tax Center is opens on Jan. 28 and will be available to eligible individuals on a walk-in basis.
Volunteers and volunteer coordinators are reminded to approve all pending volunteer hours in the VMIS tracking system before the 15th of the month.
Christmas markets are considered lucrative targets for potential terrorist attacks.
This new tax does not apply to household goods and vehicle shipments to and from overseas assignments.
Navigating the claim process with the VA can be a daunting task, but it gets a lot easier when you have a knowledgeable Overseas Military Services Coordinator.
ERP offers the “Lunchtime Learning Series” on selected Tuesdays of the month, highlighting a different topic each time.
The SLC wants to receive feedback on ways it can better serve the community.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is helping warfighters and their families stick to a holiday shopping budget by expanding its layaway program to include computers and laptops.
All members of the Stuttgart military community should maintain a keen sense of awareness and an elevated vigilance as they live, work and enjoy Europe during the winter holiday season.