Plans & Operations (S-3/5/7) provide coordination and management of day-to-day operations for the USAG Stuttgart to include force protection, installation operations center, mass casualty and disaster coordination and response, Soldier readiness processing, integrated staff and community events.
Plans & Operations Protection Branch
Support the Army Protection Program by managing and executing the non-war fighting functional elements:
- Continuity of Operations Program
- Critical Infrastructure Risk Management of Protection
- Defense Critical Infrastructure Program
- Emergency Management
In addition, coordinate with other host nation and tenant unit protection managers to support the elements:
- Computer Network Security
- Operations Security
- Emergency Management
- Emergency Medical Services
- Fire and Emergency Services
- Force Health Protection
- High-Risk Personnel
- Law Enforcement
- Physical Security
Plans & Operations Security Office
Provides Personnel, Information, and Industrial Security services to all Garrison Directorates. Provides fingerprint services for USAG Stuttgart for background checks, immigration, and professional licenses.
The only fingerprinting services currently available through the garrison are ink prints via the Provost Marshal's Office. Contact the MP Desk at +49 (0)7031-15-3102 with questions.
How long will it take for my fingerprint results to be provided to my security representative?
Result timeline varies. You should check with the office requiring you to give fingerprints for result status, if needed.
I need biometrics for my immigration packet. Can I get my photos taken at the security office along with my fingerprints?
No. The security office can only complete the fingerprint biometric requirement. Photos can be obtained by visiting the Visual Information Office in the same building Bldg. 2948, 2nd floor.
When is my security clearance reinvestigation due?
Reinvestigations for Secret security clearances occur every 10 years. Currently, reinvestigations for all Top Secret security clearances are done every six years, until further notice.
Am I required to receive a Foreign Travel Brief for personal foreign travel?
Army Regulation 380-67 requires all personnel possessing a DoD security clearance to report all personal foreign travel prior to traveling. Personnel having access to classified information are required to receive a foreign travel briefing by a counterintelligence agent, security specialist, or a security manager.