Where is the US Army garrison in Italy?
USAG ITALY WELCOMES YOU TO VICENZA! Welcome to the Vicenza and Darby military communities. US Army Garrison Italy supports multiple units and organizations in Vicenza and at Camp Darby near Livorno. Being stationed here offers an exciting place to live, work, and play.
Is there a hospital at USAG Vicenza Italy?
USAG Italy does not have a hospital or emergency care, care is provided on post at a health clinic for Active Duty Soldiers and their Family members; while all others may be seen on a space available basis. Emergency care must be obtained at San Bortolo hospital in Vicenza.
What was the garrison of Vicenza in World War 2?
To serve as the SETAF G6 staff for war and contingency operational planning; and to, on order, deploy as JTF J6 staff for combat or contingency operations. The U.S. Army Garrison Vicenza was constituted May 1936 as the 22nd Quartermaster Regiment and redesignated in April 1942 as the 22nd Quartermaster Truck Regiment.
How big is the US Army in Italy?
In 2015, U.S. Army Garrison Vicenza became U.S. Army Garrison Italy. Total population is 15,875. The Vicenza Military Community is comprised of Soldiers, Civilian employees (including Italian nationals), retirees and Family members. Vicenza (Urban area) population 327,328 as of 2020.
What to know before pcsing to Vicenza Italy?
Passports & Visas: Learn which travel documents are required before PCSing overseas. Hotel Reservations: On-post lodging is in short supply. Don’t wait for orders to reserve lodging. Overseas P.O. Box: Keep up-to-date with your mail by setting up your P.O. Box ahead of time.
What does USAG Italy do for the US Army?
USAG Italy integrates and delivers base support to enable readiness and force projection for USAREUR and USARAF. USAG Italy is a platform for readiness and power projection that provides support to our Soldiers, Army, professionals and family.
What is the mission of the USAG Vicenza?
The USAG Vicenza’s mission is to provide base support operations and installation management services for our Soldiers, civilians, and family members by continued enhancement of family support services, dedication to mission readiness, and the enrichment of overall cultural understanding.
When did the US Army leave Vicenza Germany?
The U.S. Army’s transformation saw the 173rd Brigade change into an Airborne Brigade combat Team in 2006. The 173rd ABCT, with its headquarters and two battalions from Vicenza and four battalions in Germany, deployed in May 2007, again to Afghanistan, in support of NATO’s International Security Assistance Force.