Travel Safety and Security
Being able to live and work within Europe offers a wealth of memorable and exciting travel opportunities. The information below is meant to help EUCOM personnel stay safe while out and about in this region.
U.S. Marine noncommissioned officers of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa visited the historic Pointe du Hoc in Normandy, France, Dec. 11-13, a pivotal site featuring the remnants of the amphibious Allied landings during World War II, also known as D-Day. The Marine NCOs are the backbone of service component operations for U.S. European Command that supports numerous NATO-led operations and exercises in Europe that enables the Alliance to continue their proven, enduring partnerships.

Travel Alerts and Warnings: Get the latest U.S. State Department travel alerts and warnings for all locations worldwide.

S.T.E.P: The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) is a free service to alert U.S. citizens and nationals abroad of conditions and situations and provide useful information. EUCOM has directed all Department of Defense personnel in Europe to register their assigned location and travel destinations.

TravelSafe: This U.S. Army Europe website contains all the current travel restrictions, guidance, warnings, and alerts applicable to Department of Defense uniformed service members, civilian and contractor employees, and command-sponsored dependents.

AtHoc: AtHoc is a mass-warning notification system for service members, civilian and contractor employees, and family members to receive emergency warnings and notifications specific to their location. AtHoc alerts users multiple ways through computers pop-ups, voice calls to landline and mobile phones, emails and text messages. AtHoc is able to provide service members and their families instant information from local and theater leadership. Service members, civilian and contractor employees can register from their work computer, or at one of the following self-registration links from a computer with a CAC-reader.


Instructions | Self-Registration


Instructions | Self-Registration for Grafenwoehr and VilseckHohenfels, or Garmisch


Instructions | Self-Registration


Instructions | Self-Registration


Instructions | Self-Registration


Instructions | Self-Registration


Instructions | Self-Registration


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