U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Crest

About U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

Installation Facts

Stuttgart, Germany

We are proud to say that we are located in one of the safest cities in Germany, which has world-class services, recreation, as well as an extensive public transportation system. We seek and maintain excellent working relationships with all Host Nation municipalities surrounding our installations. All of these items help enhance the wellness of our community members.

The City of Stuttgart Website (English Version)

Garrison Details

USAG Stuttgart has approximately 23,000 community members. To put our population in perspective, the National League of Cities data shows that over 90% of municipal governments in the U.S. have populations under 25,000. We are a large municipality.

Like large municipalities, we are service providers. However, USAG Stuttgart is responsible for providing services that civilian municipalities are not chartered to provide such as the sustainment, restoration, and modernization of all facilities within our installation borders. Unlike most municipalities, USAG Stuttgart also funds all utilities services within our footprint.

Along with these Base Operations Support services, we also provide over 240 services to community members on a daily basis. These services range from Family and Youth programs, to Fitness centers, to housing and vehicle services, to ensuring our community's well-being, safety and shelter.


USAG Stuttgart is a part of Installation Management Command. IMCOM manages Army installations worldwide.

Directorates & Support Offices
Command Policy Letters

USAG Stuttgart manages five installations in the Stuttgart area: Panzer Kaserne, Patch Barracks, Kelley Barracks, Robinson Barracks and Stuttgart Army Airfield

Stuttgart Units

Command Team

Garrison Commander

Col. Neal A. Corson

was commissioned in the United States Army as an Armor Officer in 1992 from the Virginia Military Institute…

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Command Policy Letters

Deputy to the Garrison Commander

Kathryn E. McNeely

began her career in Omaha, Nebraska as an accountant at Northern Border Pipeline, and subsequently accepted a position as a Budget Analyst with Department of Army, USAG Giessen, Germany in 1987.

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Command Sergeant Major

Command Sergeant Major Toese Tia Jr.

is a native of American Samoa. His Military career began at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri on September 21, 1989. …

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Mission, Vision, Motto & Cultural Values

Mission, Vision & Motto


To deliver reliable base support services to enable readiness and quality-of-life for members of our joint military community.


To be the best joint military community in the world – a professional and caring hometown where people want to live.


Setting the standards that make people and units say, "I'm glad I live here!"

Cultural Values

Selfless Service: Put the welfare of the nation, the Army, and your subordinates above your own.

Empowerment: Provide a work environment that enables employees to have an impact on the decisions and actions that affect their job and the service they provide.

Respect: Show appreciation and support of the rich diversity among the workforce.

Integrity: Do what is right – morally and ethically Consistency: Provide fair, uniform, and high quality delivery of services.

Excellence: Demonstrate a commitment to outstanding service delivery.