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Welcome to Army Field Support Battalion - Germany

Delivering the Army's Logistics Enterprise in Europe and Africa!

Mission & Vision

  • Our Mission

    Army Field Support Battalion-Germany, a multi-functional command, provides and synchronizes AMC capabilities in a regional and general support role utilizing the APS, AMC LAP, and LOGCAP programs in order to enhance and sustain combat effectiveness in the theater.


  • Our Vision

    Be the premier provider of logistical and readiness solutions to support the warrior, build a cohesive team of professionals, and care for our employees and families.



Lieutenant Colonel Denny W. Bernacki , Commander, Army Field Support Battalion-Germany 

Lieutenant Colonel Denny W. Bernacki assumed the duties as commander of the Army Field Support Battalion-Germany on June 24, 2022. LTC Bernacki was recently assigned as the Cross Functional Team Sustainment Integration and Modernization team chief in the Sustainment Capability Development Integration Directorate with the U.S. Army Futures Command, Fort Lee, Virginia.  Full Biography 


Sergeant Major Randolph Leyba, Senior Enlisted Advisor, Army Field Support Battalion-Germany 

Sergeant Major Randolph E. Leyba was born in Phoenix, Arizona.  He entered into the United States Army, February 6, 2000 as a 63B (Wheel Vehicle Mechanic).  He attended Basic Training in Fort Sill, Oklahoma and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.  Full Biography


About us

Army Field Support Battalion - Germany, headquartered at Rose Barracks in
Vilseck, Germany, is responsible for providing and coordinating tactical and
operational sustainment to ensure theater readiness and enable commanders
to conduct the full range of military operations in direct support of the U.S.
Army Europe.

AFSBn - Germany provides logistics assistance to commanders confronted
with challenges beyond their resources or capabilities. The battalion performs
this function through the employment of the Army Material Command's
Logistics Assistance Program (AMC-LAP), composed of technically proficient
Logistics Management Specialists (LMS's) from the Army Sustainment
Command (ASC) and Logistics Assistance Representatives (LARs) from
the U.S. Army Materiel Command Life Cycle Management Commands.

Their primary mission is to analyze unit materiel readiness and assist in
resolving equipment readiness issues on a regional and general support basis
throughout the European theater of operations.

The LAP program focuses on the early detection and resolution of
logistic-related problems that may affect unit and material readiness. Primary
focus is on the logistical assessments in coordination with the supported
commands to determine current status, historical trends, and to provide
corrective and preventative measures for improving unit and command
readiness.LAP provides a wide-range of support to units and their soldiers
in the garrison before, during, and after deployments, including exercises,
humanitarian operations, and contingencies.

AFSBn-Germany also maintains oversight and mission command of Army Prepositioned Stocks-2 operations at the Dülmen APS-2 worksite in Germany, and is charged with providing and coordinating receipt, transfer, storage and maintenance of APS-2 at that location. The APS-2 site Dülmen provides 632,000 square feet of climate controlled warehouse space (eight warehouses) and 175,000 square feet of hardstand storage to hold and maintain equipment designated for multiple units, such as a division headquarters and a division artillery brigade.

New arrivals to the Dülmen​ APS-2 worksite site can obtain newcomer's information from the servicing garrison for that installation, USAG Benelux, here.

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Contact us

  • Mailing address

    Army Field Support Battalion - Germany

    Unit 28032 APO, AE 09112  

  • Physical address

    Army Field Support Battalion  - Germany

    517 Artillery Road Building 217

    Rose Barracks, Vilseck, DE 

  • Phone

    DSN: (314) 599 6502

    CIV: 49 (0)9641-70-599-6502