Kimberly Bacso, pictured here, is one of a number of military spouses striving to connect and inspire other military spouses around the globe to live a healthy and meaningful life.... Read Story »
Flowers placed by anonymous supporters hang in a fence at Fort Hood's Rancier gate for the victims of the April 2 shooting at the base, which left four dead and 16 wounded (U.S. Army photo).... Read Story »
A New York Army National Guard Soldier of Battery A, 1st Battalion, 258th Field Artillery, runs toward Gun 5 moments after it fired in the rain and snow at Fort Drum, N.Y., April 5... Read Story »
A High Mobility Artillery Rocket System fires a rocket equipped with an area effect warhead designed to replace cluster munitions in a test conducted April 3rd at White Sands Missile Range.... Read Story »
Staff Sgt. Nicholas Marshall and Spc. Vivian Rebstock are the Fort Sill NCO, and Soldier of the First Quarter 2014, respectively ... Read Story »
A distracted driver simulation at Fort Sill... Read Story »
Melissa Williams tries a back squat lift attempt of 80 pounds during the 3rd Battalion, 6th Air Defense Artillery's March Mayhem Power Lifting Competition March 22... Read Story »
Lt. Col Patrick Costello and Command Sgt. Maj. Heather Smith uncase their battalion colors to signify 3-4 ADAR assuming their role in theater... Read Story »
BIG & RICH CONCERT
Country music superstars Big & Rich will take to the stage on the Fort Sill Polo Field Apr. 25 as part of the “Tour for the Troops” free concert tour sponsored by the Air Force Reserve. The concert marks the start of Fort Sill’s Western Heritage Days. After Friday night’s concert, Fort Sill’s Old Post Quadrangle will be the main location for a score of history-related events such as the Western Heritage parade, Chuckwagon camp, Cowboy story-telling, Marble & Knucklebones competitions, trick roper Marty Tipton & more … click here for details »
APRIL CHAPEL EVENTS
Fort Sill’s chapels offer a range of special services for Lent, Passover and Easter in April. Please visit our flyer for the dates, times and location.View Flyer »
RUM & VODKA
Army Substance Abuse Program presents a dramatic reading of Rum & Vodka, a one-man play about alcoholism, substance abuse and addiction April 24 at Graham Resilience Training Campus...View Flyer »
TODAY IN HISTORY
FORT SILL GIs STANDING BY
FORT SILL, April 10, 1968 – Troops from Fort Sill’s III Corps Artillery Provisional Brigade remained on standby Tuesday night at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., where they were flown Monday for possible assignment to riot duty.
Authorities at Fort Sill said restrictions on passes and leaves were still in effect at the Lawton post with only emergency leaves being approved. Army officials have not announced how many troops from Fort Sill were airlifted to Andrews but other sources have estimated the number at 2,000 plus about 200 vehicles.
Fort Sill officials announced Tuesday that mail for soldiers sent to Andrews will be dispatched to them on daily courier flights which carry official mail from the post to Washington (Daily Oklahoman).
Historical note: The funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., assassinated on Apr. 4, was held April 10, 1968 in Atlanta.