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The role of Fort Sill has evolved since Maj. Gen. Phillip H. Sheridan drove the first stake here in 1869. Fort Sill Soldiers originally protected


Welcome to Comanche County, Oklahoma. Lawton, the county seat and fifth-largest city in the state, is located approximately 90 miles southwest of Oklahoma City

Getting To & Around

Lawton is served by Interstate 44 and three main U.S. highways, with Lawton-Fort Sill Regional Airport connecting the city to air travel. These highway


Lawton's unemployment rate as of December 2011 was 7 percent, making it lower than the national average of 8.5 percent. The area's economy i

Housing & Real Estate

The past few years have seen some change to the Lawton/Comanche County real estate market. After a long period of dramatic inventory increases, the


Whatever your health care needs, a wide spectrum of services is available throughout Comanche County. The region offers an excellent selection of specialists, from

Family Resources

City of Lawton Neighborhood Services Division 212 SW Ninth St. Lawton, OK 73501 (580) 581-3467 The Neighborhood Services' mission is to maintain a

Education & Academics

Learning happens throughout life. Schools exist to make learning more efficient for more people, but much learning goes on outside a formal learning environment.


Fort Sill Half Section thrills Cheyenne audiences

Story by SFC James McGuire on 10/11/2018 As the nation and Wyoming commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I, it's fitting that a grou

35th ADA Brigade MEDICS Qualify for the Coveted Expert Field Medical Badge

Story by CPT Marion Jo Nederhoed on 10/09/2018 Currently, less than 10% of all Soldiers in the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) have earned their Expert

Telemedicine Provides Higher Level Assistance in a Medically Austere Environment

Story by CPT Marion Jo Nederhoed on 10/09/2018 Telemedicine has not only the potential, but has been demonstrated to save lives in a medically austere

Former 97 AMW Commander Honored

Story by SrA Cody Dowell on 10/05/2018 Burleson passed away on Aug. 29, 2011. To honor his numerous achievements, the portion of State Highway 62

World War II Veterans rededicate monument at Fort Indiantown Gap

Story by LTC Angela King-Sweigart on 09/28/2018 FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa.-Twelve World War II veterans of the 95th Infantry Division, currently serving Soldiers, friends and

160th Field Artillery live fire new artillery systems

Story by MAJ Geoff Legler on 09/27/2018 FORT SILL, Okla. - For the Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat
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