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United States Army
Building 3210, 2nd Floor
Kaiserslautern Germany 67657
Higher than the U.S. average
For all Military traveling to OCONUS and within Europe: Please ensure to travel in civilian attire.
International dialing from the U.S. is 011 followed by the country code 49 and then the area code (minus the first zero). For example: The Kleber ACS at 0611-143-541-9000 would be 011-49-611-143-541-9000.
There are several dogs that come under the dangerous dogs law, and they are not permitted to be brought into the country. To find information on the laws regarding dangerous dog breeds please visit this website. See the Household Goods, Shipping Pets, topic for a detailed discussion of allowable pets.
Child care availability in USAG Rheinland-Pfalz varies from one installation to the next. USAG RP communities have significant child care waiting lists. Soldiers and DoD Civilian Employees who are on orders to USAG RP may sign up for the waiting list of centers in the area by visiting Military Childcare.
If there are exceptional circumstances that require you to travel into Frankfurt International Airport: You must travel in civilian clothing and refrain from using your military issue duffels, rucksack, or anything that would single you out as an American Service Member. There is no shuttle service, support or oversight for those arriving into Frankfurt International Airport. You must communicate your itinerary and transportation needs with your sponsor.
Adverse weather: When adverse weather conditions warrant base closure or delays, military personnel, DOD civilian employees and tenant units personnel can receive up-to-date information by tuning in to Armed Forces Network 105.1 FM for the latest updates; checking the USAG RP webpage, USAG RP Facebook page or IMCOM-Europe Road Conditions webpage. NOTE: The IMCOM-Europe Weather Conditions webpage reflects on-post status only and not individual villages and towns.
There are several dog breeds that are listed under the host nation’s dangerous dogs law and are not permitted to be brought into Germany. To find information on the laws regarding dangerous dog breeds please visit this website. Check with the United States Department of Agriculture for pet travel instructions. If you have a dog that may be considered a "dangerous breed," contact the Veterinary Treatment Center commercial from the US: 011-49-06371-9464-1900 or DSN 314-590-1900, for current information prior to departing CONUS.
When traveling outside of Germany or within the EU the pet owners must ensure their pets have a EU passport.
Child Care: Child care availability in USAG Rheinland-Pfalz varies from one installation to the next. USAG RP communities have significant child care waiting lists. Soldiers and DOD civilian employees who are on orders to USAG RP may sign up for the waiting list of centers in the area by visiting militarychildcare.com.
If there are exceptional circumstances that require you to travel into Frankfurt International Airport: You must travel in civilian clothing and refrain from using your military issue duffels, rucksack, or anything that would single you out as an American Service Member. There is no shuttle service, support or oversight for those arriving into Frankfurt International Airport. Make sure you communicate with your sponsor in regards to itinerary and how many vehicles will be needed to assist you, luggage and your family.
Adverse weather: When adverse weather conditions warrant base closure or delays, military personnel, DOD civilian employees and tenant units personnel can receive up-to-date information by tuning in to Armed Forces Network 105.1 FM for the latest updates; checking the USAG RP webpage, USAG RP Facebook page or IMCOM-Europe Road Conditions webpage.
NOTE: The IMCOM-Europe Weather Conditions webpage reflects on-post status only and not individual villages and towns.
USAG Rheinland-Pfalz is the Army’s premier Strategic Readiness Platform overseas in delivering unmatched mobilization and installation support services to enable readiness for a globally-responsive Army and providing a safe home for our Total Force community and families.
U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz activated with its headquarters in Kaiserslautern Germany, on Oct. 1, 2013. The garrison is made up of 29 sites and installations that encompass a geographic footprint to include Kaiserslautern, Baumholder, Landstuhl, Sembach, Mannheim, Miesau, Gruenstadt and Germersheim.
The garrison logo represents the unit's establishment as a brigade-level garrison with a large geographic area. Each element of the crest was carefully selected to illustrate this new beginning and the partnership between the American and German communities in the state of Rheinland-Pfalz. The Army star is centered at the top of the crest. The German and American flags are situated on one level representing two nations standing side by side in mutual support. The state crest of Rheinland-Pfalz is at the bottom representing the garrison's geographic area of responsibility and surround by a laurel wreath symbolizing peace and unity. At the center of the crest is the Installation Management Command patch, bringing everyone together and anchoring our community into one unified whole.
If you have questions or desire information on grave sites and memorials within Europe, visit the American Battle Monuments Commission. For general information on U.S. Army Europe visit the Headquarters U.S. Army Europe's website.
40,000 Military Members, Family Members and Department of Defense Civilians.
USAG Rheinland-Pfalz directly supports the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, Regional Health Command Europe, Defense Logistics Agency Europe, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, 7th Mission Support Command, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, Landstuhl Regional Medical Command, 16th Sustainment Brigade, 5th Battalion/7th Air Defense Artillery and Army and Air Force Exchange Service Europe and many other tenant organizations.
United States Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz includes 31 sites across Germany’s Rheinland-Pfalz region, which includes Baumholder Military Community, Miesau Army Depot, Wilson Barracks (Landstuhl), Germersheim Army Depot, Grünstadt Depot, Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Pulaski Barracks, Kaiserslautern Army Depot, Sembach Kaserne, Panzer Kaserne, Daenner Kaserne, Kleber Kaserne and Coleman Work Site, along with sites in Bulgaria and Romania. The garrison headquarters is located on Rhine Ordnance Barracks in Kaiserslautern, which is 80 miles southwest of Frankfurt, Germany. The base operator's phone number is +49 (0) 611-413-592-1140 or DSN 314-592-1140.
All Soldiers and most families arriving in Germany on Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves will arrive at the Ramstein Army Reception Center (RARC) via Air Mobility Command's military chartered airlift The Patriot Express. Flights depart from Baltimore/Washington International Airport Air Mobility Command Terminal and arrive at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The RARC staff will be available to guide all newly arrived personnel and accompanying Family members through the Reception process.
If you are a Soldier and are scheduled to fly into Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) instead of Ramstein Air Base, contact your travel office immediately to change your flight to a Patriot Express flight. Not only is it a United States Army Europe policy that Soldiers do not fly into FRA during a permanent change of station move, but there is no support nor oversight at FRA to track your arrival. If you are an exception to this policy and must fly into FRA, please ensure your sponsor is notified of your itinerary and pickup is arranged. Frankfurt arrivals, or those arriving via an alternative mode of travel, must report to the appropriate Military Personnel Division (MPD) on the next business day to obtain in-processing instructions.
Upon arrival, Soldiers will be picked up by their sponsors or unit representative. Soldiers authorized to live off base and Soldiers with Family members are then taken to TLA lodging. Unaccompanied Soldiers are brought to the barracks, or to transient rooms.
From Frankfurt International Airport to Vogelweh Lodging
When departing Frankfurt International Airport, follow signs for A5 toward Basel or Darmstadt. Exit the airport and head towards Autobahn A3 direction Weisbaden/Mainz.
Follow the A3 to Autobahn A67, direction Darmstadt/Russelshein/Mainz. Exit the A60 and enter Autobahn A63 direction Alzey/Ludwigshafen/Kaiserslautern. Continue on the A63 for approximately 44 miles at which time the A63 will merge into Autobahn A6.
Follow the A6 for approximately 4 miles and get off at the Kaiserslautern West exit (B270-Exit 15). Follow B270 over a bridge; merge to the right lane once you are over the bridge. Take the second exit, which has a “Stadtmitte” sign. This road will go under B270, eastbound, in the direction of Kaiserslautern.
Proceed east on this road for approximately 1/4 mile and take the right exit off this road, which is Arizona Blvd. Proceed on Arizona Blvd for approximately ½ mile to security checkpoint.
Note: Proper military identification is required for entrance. Be sure to have your PCS orders and military ID card with you.
Proceed through the gate to Third Ave. Turn right on Third Avenue for approximately 1/2 mile then right on Florida Loop. Proceed straight on Florida Loop until you reach Georgia Circle. Take a right on Georgia Circle which will become First Ave. Building 1002, the reception desk will be approximately 1/4 mile on the left.
From Frankfurt International Airport to Landstuhl Lodging
Landstuhl is approximately 18 miles west of the city of Kaiserslautern. From Autobahn A6, take exit 12, which changes into Autobahn A62, in the direction of Pirmasens/Landstuhl West.
Proceed on A62 and take the first exit which is marked Landstuhl/Hauptstuhl. Proceed on the “T” intersection and proceed for approximately 2 miles; the access road to gate 3 will be on the left, just past numerous satellite dishes. Enter gate 3.
Note: Proper military identification is required for entrance. Be sure to have your PCS orders and military ID card with you.
From Gate 3 continue straight to the stop sign. Turn right at the stop sign which is Munson Circle. Follow Munson Circle past the helipad. Take the priority left and continue straight.
Follow Munson Circle to the left again and you will see Lodging on the left. The reception desk is located in Building 3756.
From Frankfort International Airport to Ramstein Air Base
When departing Frankfurt airport, follow signs for A5 towards Basel or Darmstadt.
After a few minutes (perhaps 15 or so), you will see signs for A67 - get in the center/left lane, and follow A67 (Left Split).
When you pass the town of Lorsch, you will see an exit on the far right for A6 Mannheim, Kaiserslautern, and Saarbruecken - Take this exit.
Once on A6, Kaiserslautern is only about 45 minutes away. You'll cross the Rhein River, and pass Autobahnkreuz Frankenthal. Continue on A6; you'll pass an exit for Bad Durkheim, Leiningen, Hochspeyer, and will enter the city of Kaiserslautern.
Go past the KL-Ost and KL-West exits to the KL-Einsiedlerhof exit (Fruit of the Loom factory will be on your right). Follow the road through the circle and to the base. Once through the gate, go under the overpass, and Ramstein Lodging will be on your right before the light.
The KMC has several shuttle bus routes:
Army Shuttle Bus Schedule:
CURRENTLY ALL BUS SHUTTLE OPERATIONS ARE STOPPED DUE TO THE OAR (OPERATION ALLIES REGUGES) MISSION. UPON COMPLETION OF THE OAR MISSION IT WILL BE BUSINESS AS USUAL.
The 405th Army Field Support Brigade runs a shuttle bus Monday through Friday from 0725-1640 that travels between Sembach, Daenner, Kleber and Panzer Kasernes. This shuttle is not available on Federal, Host Nation or Training Holidays. Active Duty member have priority on this shuttle and dependents may ride the shuttle bus on a space available basis. You must be an ID card holder to use the shuttle. For more information contact TMP at DSN: 528-2442 or 528-2443.
Air Force Shuttle Bus Schedule:
The Ramstein Air Base On-Base Shuttle runs Monday-Friday (except U.S. holidays) from 6:20 a.m. - 17:00 p.m.
The shuttle bus system is designed to support military and Department of Defense civilian employees conducint official government business. All other people ride on a space-available basis only and are subject to disembark at any location due to an increase in duty passengers.
For further information, call the Air Force Motorpool at 011-49-6371-47-5961 or DSN 314-480-5961.
Kaiserslautern Municipal Bus System
Anyone unfamiliar with the Kaiserslautern Municipal Bus System and its tariffs may at first glance think it confusing. Therefore, the following is provided as a quick "how to" guide for the bus system.
For more information, including routes and schedules, visit the TWK website.
+49 (0) 611-143-592-1140, +49 (0) 9641-70-592-1140 or DSN 314-592-1140