The guest access procedure can be confusing as individual needs and installation access regulations change with security measures.
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With a USAREUR driver’s license in hand, drivers can register a vehicle and get a fuel card.
Living on a U.S. military installation overseas is like living in a gated community. Inside is a touch of America, outside is immersion into German culture.
Everyone, military and civilian, who are assigned, attached or otherwise performing duty in Stuttgart, will report to the CPF for initial in-processing.
Road repairs coming to Panzer.
Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 21, the Community Bank in Bldg. 2915, Panzer Kaserne, now has two new coin counting machines to exchange U.S. or European Union coins into folding cash.
The kids stayed after school by choice, Sept. 28, and brought their parents to enjoy the Patch Elementary School Fall Carnival.
The Stuttgart Veterinary Clinic on Panzer Kaserne is holding a clinic for all military community members with cats and dogs to receive rabies shots – and whatever other needs pet owners have – today, Sept. 28, in conjunction with World Rabies Day.
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and with it comes greater awareness that there are friends, comrades and family members who may be considering that irreversible decision.
The following is a list of venues for eating or groceries on Robinson, Kelley and Patch Barracks and Panzer Kaserne.
Life in Germany can be very different than in the U.S., and often it’s the little things that make the big difference.
Learn how SOFA affects you to save cost and prevent potential mistakes while living overseas.
Those who fall under SOFA are eligible for a variety of tax relief.
Shopping in in Germany can be a very positive experience and shoppers will find most of the same things that they’re used to back in the States.
The health system for service members, retirees, civilians and their families in Stuttgart consists of local health services and host nation medical facilities for inpatient, outpatient primary and specialty care, and LRMC.