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United States Army
10A General Patton Road
Hohenfels Germany 92366
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
Personal record checklist -- Never ship important documents in your household goods and never leave anywhere without your Leave and Earnings Statement. Additionally, always hand carry the following items:
The temporary lodging facility at Hohenfels is the Sunrise Lodge. See Temporary Lodging to make reservations.
Located on Hohenfels Training Area, JRMC (Hohenfels), our team of dedicated professionals are ready to support the Garrison's mission and the community. The role of Army Lodging is to provide quality lodging and hospitality services to eligible patrons for America's Army. Our facilities are comparable to limited service commercial hotel standards and represent quality and consistency from installation to installation. We thank you for making Army Lodging your first choice - and we look forward to your visit here at Army Lodging Hohenfels.
Camp NainhofBLDG 63Hohenfels, Bavaria 92366Germany
For soldiers who are getting married en route, they will need to check with the losing installation before they depart to find out what needs to be done to get command sponsorship for their spouse. If this is not done before they leave then they will have to come unaccompanied to Germany and start the process of getting command sponsorship. More information can be obtained from the Personnel Office at DSN 314-522-2164 or from the United States 011-49-9472-708-2164.
Spouses are free to attend any portion of the in-processing they would like. Spouses will schedule own times for the driver's training and testing. Make sure to bring your stateside driver's license with you. Spouses are encouraged to attend "Welcome to Bavaria" provided by Army Community Service (ACS). The class teaches you some German language, some of the cultural differences of living overseas, how to read train and bus schedules, how to order out in a restaurant, and an introduction to the various organizations and amenities on post.