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United States Army
Unit 28614, Barton Barracks Bldg. 5253
Ansbach Germany 91522
The cost of living in Germany is fairly reasonable compared to other countries in western Europe, although Germany's cost of living is more expensive than it's eastern European neighbors and many other parts of the world.
On average you should expect to pay from 15- 20 euros for lunch in an average bar, café or restaurant or up to 5 euros for a sandwich or bakery snack. A cup of coffee is around 4 euros.
For more information please visit ACS.
Defense Service Network (DSN) Dialing Instructions
The DSN is the provider of long-distance communications service for the Department of Defense (DoD). Every installation has a special DSN number and the numbers vary by world-wide location. In order to place a call using DSN, the caller must be using a military phone on an installation. Cell phones cannot dial DSN numbers. When dialing a DSN number from a United States installation to another United States installation, it is unnecessary to dial the DSN 314 area code. When dialing a DSN number to/from overseas locations, the DSN area code must be included. The operator can be reached at commercial 011-49-9802-83-1110. Please note that long distance charges may be incurred.
U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach delivers and integrates base support to enable the readiness of permanent, rotational and expeditionary forces for a Strong Europe.
Ansbach has been a garrison city since the end of the 2nd World War and is the governmental capital of Middle Franconia. Stadt Ansbach has hosted military garrisons for hundreds of years. The first military installation, known as Hindenburg Kaserne, was built in 1772. It hosted German Soldiers until the end of World War II when it was occupied by the U.S. Army. It was returned to the German government in the early 1990s and is now home to a Bruecken Center shopping mall. Ansbach is a beautiful city with a rich history. Margrave's Palace, the Orangerie and Park, and the Kasper-Hauser-Memorial are just a few of the many historical sights located here. Ansbach borders the Franconian Heights Nature Park which has extensive forests and open space and is also a point of interest on German Castle Road, which begins in Mannheim in the German west and goes as far east as Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
For more interesting information please visit : https://home.army.mil/ansbach/index.php/about/history
Approximately 55,000 residents.
USAG Ansbach continues its vital mission of streamlining base support operations management, allowing tactical commanders to concentrate on their essential training and missions. The garrison takes pride in its support to more than 6,400 Soldiers, Civilians, and Family members, who are working and living within the USAG Ansbach area.
U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach is located in Middle Franconia and is in an area that includes the city of Ansbach and the town of Illesheim. Within this areas are several different installations: Barton Barracks, Bismarck Kaserne, Bleidorn Kaserne, Franken Kaserne, Katterbach Kaserne, Oberdachstetten Training Area, Shipton Kaserne, Storck Barracks, and Urlas Kaserne. The city of Ansbach is located in the northern part of Bavaria, approximately 117 miles southeast of Frankfurt and 26 miles southwest of Nuernberg. The base operator can be reached at 011-49-9802-83-1110 or DSN 467-1110.
If you have questions or desire information on grave sites and memorials within Europe, visit : https://home.army.mil/ansbach/index.php/about/history
Ansbach is located in the northern part of Bavaria, approximately 117 miles southeast of Frankfurt and 26 miles southwest of Nuernberg.
Driving from Nuemberg
If you arrive in Nuernberg you need to follow exit signs, proceed on Flughafenstrasse to T-junction Marienberg Strasse and turn right follow Marienberg Strasse to cross-road Erlanger Strasse turn left and follow this road until you see signs for Nord-Westring (right turn) then follow signs for Ansbach B14, once you are on the B14 to Ansbach stay on this road the B14 runs directly through Katterbach and all military newcomers must report to In-Processing Training Center(ITC) building number 5818 on Katterbach Kaserne.
Directions for DoD Civilian or Contractor
If you are a DoD civilian or contractor you will need to report to the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, Bldg. 5258, Barton Barracks. To get there, follow the B14 into Ansbach, turn left at the B13/B14 junction (when you pass McDonalds located on the left) and follow signs to Barton Barracks.
A Military Shuttle Bus is available to transport community members between the various Kasernes located throughout the USAG Ansbach Military Community. The Shuttles run Monday through Friday, but are not available on weekends, German, or U.S. Holidays.
The latest information on Shuttle Route, Schedule, and other information can be found here : https://home.army.mil/ansbach/index.php/my-fort/all-services/shuttle
You can always contact Ansbach Community Transportation and Motor Pool CIV: 0981-183-7755 or DSN: 468-7755
Civilian (from off the installation): 011-49-980-283-113
From a DSN Phone: 314-467-1110 or simply press 0 on the DSN Phone to be connected.