Soldiers, civilians should know force protection conditions
Fort Sill will conduct its annual postwide disaster exercise Aug. 27, 2014, Motorists can expect backups at Fort Sill's gates beginning at about 9 a.m. Key gates East and West and Apache Gate will have normal operations, which means random vehicle inspections. All other gates will experience 100-percent vehicle checks between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. More »
Tactical exercise tests students system knowledge
Capt. Jose Ramos, Air Defense Artillery Captains Career Course student, looks out across Observation Point Heyls while developing a plan to move ADA weapon systems in a tactical exercise without troops. The exercise is a new part of the course designed to assess students' comprehensive weapon system planning and tactical employment. More »
Field artillery Soldiers aim for Ranger school
Second Lt. Mike Verhotz, Field Artillery Basic Officer Leaders Course and Fort Sill Pre Ranger Course student, is one of 14 Soldiers striving to earn a slot in Ranger School at Fort Benning, Ga. He said there is great honor in wearing a Ranger tab. "It just shows everyone you're more than just a regular Soldier." More »
Museum civilian soon to join Fort Sill history
Mark Megehee portrays a 19th century chaplain during the annual Fort Sill candelight stroll. He was a regular in the cast of volunteers who made the Victorian-era holiday season come to life. Soon, Megehee will accept the staff curator position for the Bureau of Indian Affairs Museum Programs, near Washington, D.C. More »
All-Army men's softball try-outs under way
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. More »

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