You certainly don't need to go to Germany to get your divorce, I'm sure an attorney in TX will be able to help you right away. You can search the attorney profiles here on Avvo for an attorney in your area. Contact two or three to compare costs and philosophical fit, then choose one to handle your divorce and arrange an appropriate plan for you to have parenting time with your children. Good luck!
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You have a tough situation to work through, if she plans to stay in Germany. If she is just stationed there, I assume she will want to return to the US one day, with the kids.
If you want a divorce and don't really care about child custody issues, you can file for divorce in Texas, but then you have to have her served. Serving a person on active duty, particularly on overseas deployment can be frustrating. As a soldier yourself, you can probably work through that easier than civilian spouses.