Upon arrival in Stuttgart, Tricare beneficiaries need to complete a local enrollment as part of their healthcare in-processing.
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Living on a USAG Stuttgart military installation is having the best of both worlds–inside is a touch of America, outside is immersion into German culture.
The Stuttgart military community is composed of five installations throughout the greater Stuttgart metropolitan area.
Postal staff and volunteers across U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart work tirelessly, despite the threat of COVID-19 in the community.
“It worked out exactly as it was meant to, so I could have the people I needed around me.”
Story by Paul Hughes USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Patch Library You’ve watched everything on your streaming service, read every book in your bookcase and played every game in your sideboard. Well here’s some good news for you. As of May 5, the library becomes another lifeline, in the battle against…
Starting Wednesday Jan 15. the buses will no longer stop at the two bus stops on Montana Strasse on Patch Barracks.
On AFN this week, USAG Stuttgart Garrison Commander, Col. Jason W. Condrey, discusses plans to make additional parking spaces available on Patch Barracks.
The tearing up of Montana Street to install greener, more efficient heating systems has been ongoing since Jan. 7 is now set to finish ahead of schedule.
The Classified Document Destruction Facility has re-opened after upgrading to more effective equipment.
A 5K Color Run held on Patch Barracks brought a new dimension to the community’s observance of LGBTQ Pride Month.
At a ceremony before assembled troops and distinguished guests, incoming Command Sgt. Maj. Toese Tia assumed responsibility from Command Sgt. Maj. Mariano Z. Alvarez as the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart senior enlisted advisor, June 15.
German and American first responders recently participated in a seminar at Patch Barracks to discuss procedures when responding to emergency situations on the U.S. installations in Stuttgart.
Dozens of emergency vehicles and personnel converged on Patch Barracks Sept. 16 in response to simulated incidents that resulted in numerous injured and fatal casualties.
There are nearly 83,000 Americans who remain missing and unaccounted-for going back to World War II.