Iwo Jima survivors visit Fort Sill for last reunion
When asked what goes through his mind when he puts on the Medal of Honor, Hershel "Woody" Williams said, "It does not belong to me. I have said I am just the caretaker of it because on Feb. 23, 1945 two Marines gave their lives protecting mine. So when I wear this medal I don't wear it for what I did. I was only doing that which the Marine Corps trained me to do. I wear it in their honor because they gave their life so I could have it."...More »
Sill Soldiers travel to Hood to earn wings
Eighteen Fort Sill Soldiers lifted their arms to the sky as they prepared to tackle the Air Assault School obstacle course Feb. 9. The course instructors ensured they had an abundance of physical training to test their mental strength. ...More »
Female Soldier makes launcher chief history
Cpl. Erica Gunter, A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 4th Field Artillery, receives a congratulatory handshake for her recent promotion to corporal...More »
Volunteer firefighters refine skills at Fort Sill
Carl Tesreau, Oklahoma State University Fire Service Training instructor (right), directs volunteer firefighters Feb. 14, 2015, during a grass burn at Fort Sill. He told them not to get tunnel vision on the fire ahead, but to maintain a 360-degree view of their surroundings...More »
Drill sergeants train on MEDEVAC at Fort Sill
John Moffit, flight paramedic, explains MEDEVAC procedures with drill sergeants from B Battery, 1st Battalion, 40th Field Artillery, Feb. 13, at the 434th FA Brigade track infield on Fort Sill. The civilian aircrew flies a Eurocopter AS350...More »