Under Secretary Brad Carson visits with Soldiers in the Field Artillery Captains Career Course at the Army Field Artillery Museum on Fort Sill, Okla., July 22, 2014... Read Story »
Gen. Ray Odierno, Army chief of staff, congratulates Sgt. 1st Class Adrian Villareal, with the U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence, Fort Sill, Okla., on receiving one of the first Army Instructor Badges, July 17... Read Story »
Soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 2nd ADA learn the importance of bystander intervention during the SHARP training at the Graham Resiliency Training Support Center here ... Read Story »
Kelly Wright, Twin Oaks Bowling Center manager, was the second person in the nation to complete a prestigious certification ... Read Story »
The aedes albopictus mosquito is the primary carrier for the chikungunya virus in the temperate climates of the United States... Read Story »
Second lieutenants in the Field Artillery Basic Officer Leaders Course earn more flutter kicks after reciting the Ranger Creed incorrectly. Read Story »
MOVIES ON THE BEACH
Free Movies on the Beach continue in July as MWR presents “Man of Steel” and “Hulk” on the beach at Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area. See the flyer for details.
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PAINTBALL - OH YEAH!
Join F&MWR for their 5-on-5 Black Ops Night Tournament, 9 p.m., Saturday, July 26 at Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area. They also host the Full Metal Jacket Tournament 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, August 2. Cost is $30 per person and includes unlimited air refills and food. For information, call (580) 442-5858.
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TODAY IN HISTORY
Anti-War Trials of 3 GIs Monday
FORT SILL, July 28, 1967 – Summary courts-martial of three soldiers linked to an anti-war movement are scheduled Monday at Fort Sill.
The Fort Sill information office said Thursday the court martial of Pvt. Richard G. Perrin, Springfield, Vt., previously set for 1 p.m. Friday, was continued to 10 a.m. Monday after Perrin requested civilian counsel. He will be tried on charges of pass violation and breaking restriction.
Pvt. Raymond T. O’Brien, who is in the same battery, will be tried at 1 p.m. Monday instead of Friday on charges of failure to report for duty and breaking restriction.
Pvt. Andrew Stapp will be tried at 8 a.m. Monday (Daily Oklahoman).