JDArg asked this question 2 years, 11 months ago:

Whom to Contact to Set up USAREUR test at Ramstein (as spouse)

Hello, my wife and I will be arriving at Ramstein AB in a few weeks, and I'd like to get the USAREUR license stuff out of the way. My wife is AD AF and planning on taking the test on her computer prior to arrival (which I understand she can do on her personal computer using her CAC card?)

For me, however, I'd like to schedule my appointment to take the test for as soon as possible after arriving. I tried searching these forums and Google for a contact number (or, preferably, an e-mail address since I'm still stateside), but didn't have much luck.

I've also read on these forums that it can take a few weeks to get an appointment, so I was hoping to schedule my appt now, 2 weeks before we arrive, so that I can do it the day or day after we arrive.

Does anyone have a specific contact # or e-mail address that I could use to schedule my appointment? Thanks!



2 years, 11 months ago

I am sure Bergman will be around with your answer, shortly. He's the local guru around these parts.

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2 years, 11 months ago

you can schedule an appointment with the testing office; Bldg 2106 Room 201 DSN 480-0116. They test every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at 0715 by appointment. CIV is +49-06371-470116

2 years, 11 months ago

Quote by Bergman:
you can schedule an appointment with the testing office; Bldg 2106 Room 201 DSN 480-0116. They test every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at 0715 by appointment. CIV is +49-06371-470116


I read that OP at 0630. I hadn't had my first dose of caffeine. Had I read the post correctly, I could have posted that info.

Lesson: Don't bother reading posts without caffeine in my system.

2 years, 11 months ago

I thought in South FL it's called "coke".

2 years, 11 months ago

Quote by Bergman:
I thought in South FL it's called "coke".


In my house it is!



To clarify, that is Coca-Cola. Don't want anyone to be confused considering it is Miami we're talking about.

2 years, 11 months ago

Ok thanks for info! I'll give the office a call tomorrow morning when they're back open.

I appreciate the help!

2 years, 11 months ago

JD Arg wrote that his wife is AD airforce and is able to take the test before arrival. My wife and I are both DOD army civilians. Are we able to take the test before we arrive, if so, do you have a link

2 years, 11 months ago

Quote by andy:
JD Arg wrote that his wife is AD airforce and is able to take the test before arrival. My wife and I are both DOD army civilians. Are we able to take the test before we arrive, if so, do you have a link


I am not 100% sure, but I believe the rules for Army are different. I don't think Army spouses can take the test in advance. Bergman posted a number in his post, above. You can give them a call to ask. Please let us know what you find out.

2 years, 11 months ago

My husband is a civilian with army and I just set mine up.
You have to go to the JKO site and request access from your spouse using the .mil email address they will approve you and viola. You go into the JKO site to register and search for USA 007 and there you are.
jkodirect.jten.mil

2 years, 11 months ago

Quote by icyeuny:
My husband is a civilian with army and I just set mine up.
You have to go to the JKO site and request access from your spouse using the .mil email address they will approve you and viola. You go into the JKO site to register and search for USA 007 and there you are.
jkodirect.jten.mil


So, spouses of both Army and Air Force are able to take the computer based test, now? Good to know. Thanks.

2 years, 10 months ago

Yes, to update the situation - I'm pretty sure they (the military) just updated the system and the procedure for taking the test. Now both AD and spouses can take the test before arriving.

The procedure would be for the AD to log into the jko website, register their spouse's account, put themselves as the sponsor with his/her official e-mail contact. The AD will receive an e-mail confirmation to confirm the account, then after confirmed, the spouse can log into the jko website. Once there, you have to sit through a few hours of videos before being able to take the 200 question practice exam. Once you pass that (85+% I believe), you can take the real, 100 question test (again, 85% needed).

My wife and I both reviewed the driving manual PDF and practice test provided by this site (thank you) extensively prior to arriving, and that was definitely sufficient to prepare. Both of us basically just had the modules on in the background while doing stuff since it was stuff we'd already reviewed/knew, so I recommend going that way.

2 years, 10 months ago

Quote by JDArg:
Yes, to update the situation - I'm pretty sure they (the military) just updated the system and the procedure for taking the test. Now both AD and spouses can take the test before arriving.

The procedure would be for the AD to log into the jko website, register their spouse's account, put themselves as the sponsor with his/her official e-mail contact. The AD will receive an e-mail confirmation to confirm the account, then after confirmed, the spouse can log into the jko website. Once there, you have to sit through a few hours of videos before being able to take the 200 question practice exam. Once you pass that (85+% I believe), you can take the real, 100 question test (again, 85% needed).

My wife and I both reviewed the driving manual PDF and practice test provided by this site (thank you) extensively prior to arriving, and that was definitely sufficient to prepare. Both of us basically just had the modules on in the background while doing stuff since it was stuff we'd already reviewed/knew, so I recommend going that way.



See my thread from last year:

http://www.everythingkmc.com/showthread.php?t=16283&highlight=USAREUR+Driver+test&page=2

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