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 CrossRead More

Pennsylvaniastrasse will be closed for construction work near Bldg. 2345 (the former Patch Community Club) starting Monday, April 25, meaning drivers must use an alternate route to get to the northwest side of post. Signs will be in place to advise drivers of the detour using New-York-Str and Ohiostr.Read More

USAG Stuttgart is sadden by the passing of Mr. Ronald Taubitz. Many members of our community have interacted with him around the garrison – he has been a valued member of this community for over 10 years. Ronald volunteered with several garrison organizations including the USO, the VAT Office, andRead More

By John H. Campbell Director – USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office With a humanitarian crisis growing in Eastern Europe, many members of the Stuttgart DoD community have started asking what they can do to help.  Some have considered the possibility of inviting refugees into their homes. On Friday (March 18),Read More

USAG Stuttgart is engaged with the city of Böblingen to resolve the issue with the new traffic lights outside Panzer Kaserne, and an interim solution is in place. Community members should allow extra time to enter and depart the Panzer Kaserne main gate

In the meantime, community members should allow extra time to enter and depart the Panzer Kaserne main gateRead More