Susan Murray, Fort Sill school liaison officer, is here to assist Army family's with school issues whether they involve public schools, private schools or homeschooling ... Read Story »
Members of last year's All-Army Men's softball team practice at Fort Sill Cannoneer Complex. Tryouts are under way here to select the squad for 2014... Read Story »
Army Staff Sgt. Michael Smith competes in a Tough Mudder in May 2014. Tough Mudders are 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed to test strength, stamina and teamwork skills... Read Story »
Alonzo Cushing (second from right) while serving on the staff of Maj. Gen. Edwin V. Sumner in 1862... Read Story »
Soldiers serving with A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 77th Field Artillery Regiment shoot a round from their M777A2 howitzer on Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, Aug. 22 ... Read Story »
UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU!
The Army Warrant Officer Recruiting Team is looking for new members. A member of the Warrant Officer Recruiting Team will brief on qualifications and application procedures to Service Members interested in becoming U.S. Army Warrant Officers. More information can be found on the internet at www.usarec.army.mil/hq/warrant
NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH
TODAY IN HISTORY
OKLAHOMA SOLDIERS MAKE GOOD SCORES
Fort Sill Shots Hold Their Own In Competition at Fort Sheridan
Aug. 29, 1906 – Lt. Hensley, Jr., of the Thirteenth cavalry, stationed at Fort Sill, was selected as a member of the Southwestern division team to take part in the rifle and pistol competitions at Fort Sheridan, being one of the high men in the list of thirteen. Corporal Neville, of the Twenty-sixth infantry, who made such fine scores at Fort Sill, was also in this list of good shots at Sheridan.
On the second day of the shooting Sgt. Elder of Fort Sill was among the high marksmen. Second in the list was Sgt. Willis of the Twenty-sixth infantry and following him was Lt. Point, of the Twenty-ninth infantry, both of whom made high scores at Fort Sill.
The world’s record for slow firing is held by Sgt. Puckett. Lt. Palmer, of the Tenth cavalry, came within eight points of this record at Sheridan on the second day (Daily Oklahoman).