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'''United States Army Garrison Schweinfurt''' is a [[United States Army]] military community located in and around [[Schweinfurt]], [[Germany]]. The garrison comprises two installations (Conn and Ledward Barracks), two housing areas (Askren Manor and Yorktown Village Housing Area), and a local training area.
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'''United States Army Garrison Schweinfurt''' is a [[United States Army]] military community located in and around Schweinfurt, Germany. The garrison comprises two installations (Conn and Ledward Barracks), two housing areas (Askren Manor and Yorktown Village Housing Area), and a local training area.
   
The U.S. Army Garrison Schweinfurt is home for roughly 6,000 people, including about 2,000 Soldiers, family members, Department of Defense civilian employees and their dependents. USAG Schweinfurt is subordinate to [[IMCOM|United States Army Installation Management Command]] – [[Europe]] and is an indirect report garrison under [http://www.ansbach.army.mil USAG Ansbach].
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The U.S. Army Garrison Schweinfurt is home for roughly 6,000 people, including about 2,000 Soldiers, family members, Department of Defense civilian employees and their dependents. USAG Schweinfurt is subordinate to [[IMCOM|United States Army Installation Management Command]] – Europe and is an indirect report garrison under [http://www.ansbach.army.mil USAG Ansbach].
   
 
The facility will be closed because of changes in the US-military-spending priorities (estimated: 2015<ref name=moving-out>{{cite web|url=http://www.br.de/franken/inhalt/aktuelles-aus-franken/us-armee-abzug100.html|title=Entscheidung über US-Standorte Bamberg und Schweinfurt machen dicht |language=german|publisher=Bayrischer Rundfunk|accessdate=2012-02-02}}</ref>).
 
The facility will be closed because of changes in the US-military-spending priorities (estimated: 2015<ref name=moving-out>{{cite web|url=http://www.br.de/franken/inhalt/aktuelles-aus-franken/us-armee-abzug100.html|title=Entscheidung über US-Standorte Bamberg und Schweinfurt machen dicht |language=german|publisher=Bayrischer Rundfunk|accessdate=2012-02-02}}</ref>).
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Latest revision as of 01:09, 28 September 2017

USAG Schweinfurt
Schweinfurt, Germany
Type Army Post
Coordinates Latitude:
Longitude:
Built 1935 (1935)
In use 1947 - present
Controlled by United States Army

United States Army Garrison Schweinfurt is a United States Army military community located in and around Schweinfurt, Germany. The garrison comprises two installations (Conn and Ledward Barracks), two housing areas (Askren Manor and Yorktown Village Housing Area), and a local training area.

The U.S. Army Garrison Schweinfurt is home for roughly 6,000 people, including about 2,000 Soldiers, family members, Department of Defense civilian employees and their dependents. USAG Schweinfurt is subordinate to United States Army Installation Management Command – Europe and is an indirect report garrison under USAG Ansbach.

The facility will be closed because of changes in the US-military-spending priorities (estimated: 2015[1]).

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