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Eligibility

Before seeking a reservation at Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, please review the following list of eligible personnel. The following list is based on Army in Europe Regulation 600-700.

All content within the referenced regulation and this website is based on Commanding General, United States Army, Europe authority.

*For a complete eligibility listing, see AE Regulation 600-700. The AE Regulation 600-700 takes precedence in an event there is a conflict with this listing.

  1. U.S. military personnel on Active Duty (AD) when assigned to or on temporary duty (TDY) in Germany.
  2. U.S. National Guard and Reserve Component (RC) personnel on AD in or TDY to Germany.
  3. Persons attending a U.S. military academy while assigned to perform duty in Germany.
  4. Family members of AD U.S. military personnel assigned to or on TDY in Germany who possess a Department of Defense (DOD) Identification Card.
  5. DOD appropriated fund/non-appropriated fund (APF/NAF) civilian employees working full time in Germany and their Family members (with DOD Identification Card) that reside in the same household. This category includes those employees who are on TDY in Germany as well as APF/NAF seasonal employees at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort for the actual period of their employment.
  6. U.S. military personnel and DOD APF/NAF civilian employees assigned to non-Germany locations in Europe or North Africa, and their accompanying dependent Family members, while on leave in Germany.
  7. U.S. RC personnel assigned or attached to a troop program unit in Germany when performing battle assemblies (formerly inactive duty training), rescheduled training, or equivalent training while in individual mobilization augmentation status or any other duty status under Title 10 of the United States Code.
  8. DOD contractor personnel that have been accredited with SOFA status as TE/AS/TC or TC-IT personnel as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 7, Section I.
  9. U.S. and other NATO-country citizens (excluding German nationals) employed exclusively by military banking and educational institutions with limited SOFA status who are compensated in U.S. dollars and not ordinarily resident in the host nation as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 7, Section III, and their accompanying Family members.
  10. Members of Household of authorized personnel, as defined in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 8.
  11. American Red Cross personnel who are stationed in Germany, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 9.
  12. United Service Organization and United Seamen’s Service personnel who are stationed in Germany, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 10.
  13. Unaccompanied Family members who reside in Germany and either possess a DOD identification card that authorize them to receive individual logistical support in Germany or a Zollbescheinigung (pink card) that authorize them to use U.S. Forces sales facilities in Germany, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 11.
  14. Retired U.S. military personnel, and veterans who are 100 percent disabled, and their accompanying eligible Family members who either reside in Germany or who visit Germany for more than thirty (30) consecutive days and who have obtained a Zollbescheinigung (pink card) from a German Customs office.
  15. NATO military and civilian personnel (excluding German nationals) assigned to NATO International Military Headquarters and their eligible Family members, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 17.
  16. Military personnel or members of the civilian component and their eligible family members who are from Belgium, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom and who are assigned to (or on TDY in) Germany (to include those who are performing liaison functions with AFRICOM, EUCOM, USAREUR, or USAFE).
  17. Bona Fide guests who are invited by and accompany an authorized patron.


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NATO Personnel Access

Review the following information for information on accessing our installation 

From AE REG 190-16 "Installation Access Control" DATED 11 JAN 10 :

1.) NATO Members include NATO military personnel, civilian employees, and their Dependent Family members (up to age 23). This category is designed for members of NATO Sending States (active-duty Belgian, British, Canadian, Dutch, and French military) who meet the requirements in AE Regulation 600-700, and for NATO personnel assigned to an international military headquarters. This category should not be confused with the Host-Nation Military Member category (para 19).

NATO Members Assigned to an International Military Headquarters, Activity, or Special Mission in Germany. The parent organization will sponsor individuals in this category. Active-Duty Belgian, British, Canadian, Dutch, and French Military (“Sending States”).

How to apply for installation pass: The security office from the Sending State will sponsor individuals in this category. The Sending State will submit a memorandum designating sponsoring officials to the USAREUR PM by e-mail ([email protected]). The PM will post this memorandum to the restricted portion of the IACS website, where it is available to all IACOs. Individuals in this category may obtain an installation pass at any IACO. Because these individuals are stationed throughout the European theater, the first visit to a U.S. Forces-controlled installation must be coordinated with the sponsoring organization and IACO to obtain an installation pass.

2.) British and French Consular and Diplomatic Personnel Stationed in Germany.
How to apply for installation pass: The U.S. Mission, Germany (Department of State), will sponsor individuals in this category. The U.S. Mission, Germany, will submit a memorandum designating sponsoring officials to the USAREUR PM. The PM will post this memorandum to the restricted portion of the IACS website, where it is available to all IACOs. Individuals in this category may obtain their installation pass at any IACO. The first visit of French and British consular and diplomatic personnel to a U.S. Forces-controlled installation must be coordinated with the sponsoring organization and the IACO to obtain an installation pass according to paragraph 29.

Type of Pass Authorized : 

Regular Installation Pass : Individuals in this category may be authorized regular installation passes.
Length of Time Pass Is Valid : The installation pass will be valid for up to 2 years or for the length of the member’s tour, whichever is earlier.
Sponsor Requirements : Background Checks. Background checks are not required for individuals in this category.
Aufenthaltstitel : An Aufenthaltstitel is not required for individuals in this category.
Restrictions on Number of Installations a Pass Holder May Enter. Access is limited to U.S. Forces installations in the country of assignment.
Restrictions on Days and Times Access Is Authorized : There are no restrictions on days or times access is authorized. Restrictions on Sign-In Privileges. Sign-in privileges are limited to signing in four people and their vehicles.
FPCON Restrictions :
No restrictions apply to access to installations during heightened FPCON

3.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND AMERICAN EMBASSY PERSONNEL

a. Definition. AE Reg 190-16 / 11 Jan 10
Personnel are individuals assigned to or on duty with the Department of State, with an American Embassy in the USEUCOM AOR, or at U.S. diplomatic or consular posts according to AE Regulation 600-700

b. Length of Time Pass Is Valid. The installation pass will be valid for the length of the tour (not to exceed 5 years) or until the expiration date on the supporting document (for example, passport, AE Form 600-700A) that was used to obtain the installation pass, whichever is earlier.

c. Sponsor Requirements. How to apply for installation pass: The United States Mission, Germany, is the sponsor for individuals in this category and will perform the sponsor responsibilities. The United States Mission, Germany, will submit a memorandum designating sponsoring officials to the USAREUR PM by e-mail ([email protected]). The PM will post this memorandum to the restricted portion of the IACS website for IACOs. Individuals in this category may obtain their installation pass at any IACO. Because these individuals are spread throughout Europe, their first visit to a U.S. Forces-controlled installation must be coordinated with the sponsoring organization and IACO to obtain an installation pass according to paragraph 29.

Type of Pass Authorized.

Regular Installation Pass : Individuals in this category may be authorized regular installation passes.
Length of Time Pass Is Valid : The installation pass will be valid for up to 2 years or for the length of the member’s tour, whichever is earlier. AE Reg 190-16.

Sponsor Requirements:
Background Checks : Background checks are not required for individuals in this category.
Aufenthaltstitel : An Aufenthaltstitel is not required for individuals in this category.
Restrictions on Number of Installations a Pass Holder May Enter. Access is limited to U.S.
Forces installations in the country of assignment.
Restrictions on Days and Times Access Is Authorized : There are no restrictions on days or times access is authorized.
Restrictions on Sign-In Privileges : Sign-in privileges are limited to signing in four people and their vehicles.
FPCON Restrictions : No restrictions apply to access to installations during heightened FPCON

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