ADVISORY: A demonstration is set to take place all day in Nürnberg Saturday, May 27. Because of the possibility of violence U.S. personnel are strongly advised to avoid the area of the demonstrations.
The Installation Access Control Office and Vehicle Registration Office are currently unable to provide services to customers. Computer connectivity has been disabled to these USAREUR-based systems due to a cut fiber line in the Wiesbaden area. It is recommend you call to confirm computers are operational before visiting or scheduling an appointment.
Until further notice, the Installation Access Control Station at Bismarck Kaserne is closed. Customers with Installation Access needs can instead visit the Katterbach Kaserne location.
A few holidays, both German and U.S. federal, are set to take place during May, which will necessitate schedule changes for several on-post services.
CONSTRUCTION: DPW parking lot at Bismarck Kaserne to close during road construction April 18 through June 9
Construction on the road immediately south of Bismarck Kaserne Bldg. 5843C, which accesses the Directorate of Public Works parking lot, is scheduled for April 18 through June 9.
Threat reporting continues to indicate an elevated risk of attacks by terrorist groups or inspired lone actors throughout Western Europe. Extremists could target transportation services, sporting events …
[UPDATE 2 p.m., May 31, 2017: The Storck Barracks exit gate is operational, and vehicular traffic may exit through it.]
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