Weather-awareness key to Oklahoma living
Tornadoes are a real threat in Southwest Oklahoma and may occur any time of the year. People should consult local weather reports and Internet radar to ensure storms don't carry threats to life and property...More »
Sill security tightens due to ISIL threat
To report suspicious activity use the iWatch link on the intranet or Fort Sill website, or call iWatch at 580-558-0000. Other important numbers: Fort Sill Military Police: 580-442-2102/2103 Lawton Crime Stoppers: 580-355-4636 iSalute: 1-800-CALL-SPY, 1-800-225-5779 Call 911 for all emergencies...More »
National Day of Prayer: Chaplain encourages attendees to live calling
Retired Chaplain (Maj.) Jeff Struecker (center) speaks with Maj. Gen. John Rossi (left), Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill commanding general, and Okla. Sen. Don Barrington, May 8, 2015, at the National Day of Prayer lunch at the Patriot Club...More »
Fort Sill selects Drill Sergeant of Year
Drill Sergeant (Staff Sgt.) Sophia Burdulinski receives congratulations from Col. José Thompson, 434th Field Artillery Brigade commander, after she was named the 2015 Fort Sill Drill Sergeant of the Year during a ceremony May 7, 2015, at the 95th Adjutant General Battalion (Reception) complex...More »
Family, unit honor Garcia DFAC namesake
Martha Garcia kisses the plaque that bears the name of her son...More »
Okie bucket list looks into times past
Gordon Blaker (leaning on case), Army Field Artillery Museum curator, tells the history of artillery to advanced individual training Soldiers May 12. Blaker talked about the actions of Henry Knox moving 59 pieces of artillery across 300 miles to Boston from Fort Ticonderoga in northern New York...More »