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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 settlers in Texas from raids by the Plains Indian tribes. Soldiers from famous units like the 7th Cavalry, led by Col. George A. Custer, and the 10th Cavalry, known as the Buffalo Soldiers, used Fort Sill as a base in the Indian Wars.

As the tribes accepted peace with the U.S., Fort Sill’s mission changed. The Army’s School of Musketry, now known as the Infantry School, moved, and the cavalry and infantry Soldiers were replaced by one of the Army’s largest concentrations of field artillery units. The War Department established the School of Fires (field artillery) here in 1911. The field artillery, known as the “king of battle,” has long been king of Fort Sill.

Today, the field artillery is joined by the air defense artillery and electronic warfare branches as part of the Fires Center of Excellence.

This center’s incredible contributions to the nation’s defense (and its Oklahoma home) include Air Defense Artillery School, Basic Officer Leaders Course, Field Artillery School and Fort Sill NCO Academy. All field artillery Soldiers and Marines receive their training here, as well as many international students from allied nations. Fort Sill is home to the Field Artillery Training Command. Officers and Soldiers are given a lifetime of professional training in the classroom, in simulators and in the field using the latest in equipment and tactics.


Directorate of Emergency Services

The Directorate of Emergency Services supports the Fort Sill community by providing quality police, physical security, access control, fire and emergency services as a part of a force protection effort to maintain a safe and secure environment on a federal installation.

Provost Marshal’s Office
(580) 558-6531

Law Enforcement Operations
Emergency 911
(non-emergency) (580) 442-2101/2102

Operations Officer
5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6802

Civilian Law Enforcement Officer
5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6802

5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6012

MP Desk
1649 Randolph Road (580) 442-2103
Report Violations (580) 442-2102
Crime Stoppers (580) 355-INFO

K-9 Section
7290 Randolph Road (580) 442-6349

Military Police Investigation
5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6001

Traffic Section
5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6006

Civilian Police Liaison
5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6802

Bike Squad
5030 Hatch Road (580) 558-6434

Fort Sill Fire Department
Emergency 911

Operations/Protective Branch
(580) 442-5172/3016

Prevention/Inspection Branch
(580) 442-5911

Fire Station 1
6041 Rothwell St (580) 442-4905

Fire Station 2
4914 Post Road (580) 442-5314

Fire Station 3
3500 Thomas St (580) 442-4644

Fire Station 4
1617 Randolph Road (580) 442-4005

Physical Security Section
5030 Hatch Road
Chief (580) 558-6527

Inspectors/IDS Management (580) 558-6517
Crime Prevention (580) 558-6028
Construction Review (580) 558-6533

40th Military Police Detachment
5030 Hatch Road
Commander (580) 558-6022
First Sergeant (580) 558-6024
Training (580) 558-5472/5498

Directorate of Human Resources
The Directorate of Human Resources provides world-class Human Resources services to the Soldiers, retirees and their families from Fort Sill.

Military Personnel Services Division
4700 Mow-Way Road

Army Substance Abuse Program
3415 Miner Road (580) 442-4205/2691

Administrative Services Division

Civilian Personnel Services
4700 Mow-Way Road

Education Services – Harry S. Truman Education Center
3281 NW Koehler Loop
(580) 442-3201

Directorate of Logistics
The DOL’s mission is to provide standardized, effective and efficient services, facilities and infrastructure to Soldiers, families and civilians for an Army and nation engaged in persistent conflict.

2258 Randolph Road
Plans and Ops Administrative
Services (580) 442-3304/5561
Logistics Systems (580) 442-2484/3008
Management Programs (580) 442-3976/2566/4404/3365/2410
Contract Administration (580) 442-6992/3140/5307

2243 Hirsch Road

Central Issue Facility (CIF)
Building 1901 (580) 442-3377

Material Management & Service Branch Turn in Procedures
Building 2243 (580) 442-4797

Installation Food Program Manager
Building 2258 (580) 442-3307

Consolidated Property Book Office (CPBO)
Building 2243 (580) 442-6718

School Donation Program
Building 2243 (580) 442-6718

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP)
(580) 442-5620

2243 Hirsch Road (580) 442-3370

2258 Randolph Road

Movement Operations Center
Building 2258 (580) 442-5304

Unit Move Office
Building 2276 (580) 442-2775

Passenger Travel Office
Building 4700, Room 107 (580) 442-2506

Personal Property Office
Building 4700, Room 110 (580) 442-3903

Transportation Motor Pool
Building 2026 (580) 442-5956

DOL Freight Office
Building 2243, Bay 5 (580) 442-6702

The Rail Office (580) 442-8665

Packing and Crating Office (580) 442-5124

Logistics Assistance Division (580) 442-4961

Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security
455 McNair Ave., Suite 201

The Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security is the Garrison Commander’s proponent for synchronizing activities that support the development and protection of service members, civilians and family members on the installation. These functions are executed through organizations that encompass the following areas:

Plans and Operations, Chief
Building 455 (580) 442-3872
Visual Information
Antiterrorism/Force Protection
Fort Sill Operations Center
Mobilization/Demobilization Operations
Installation Ceremonies
Readiness and Compliance Programs
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Programs
Force Modernization Operations

Training, Chief
Building 455 (580) 442-2983
Range Operations
Regional Training Support Center
Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations
Training Ammunition Management
Reserve Component Training Support
Mission Training Center
Integrated Training Area Management
Sustainable Range Awareness
Range and Training Land Assessment
Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance

Security and Intelligence, Chief
Building 1651 (580) 442-1805
Personnel Security
Information Security
Industrial Security
Security Awareness
AT/FP Security
Intel Fusion
Headquarters Access
Security Education Training Awareness

Airfield Operations, Chief
Building 4907 (580) 442-4643
Airfield Services
Airfield Safety
Refueling Operations
Flight Management Services
Notice to Airmen Program
Airfield Infrastructure
Airfield Facilities

Army Radar Approach Control, Chief
Building 4907 (580) 442-2387
Airfield Operations
Air Traffic Control/Tower
Weather Detachment
ATC Services
ATC Maintenance

Directorate of Public Works
Building 1950
Barbour Road (580) 442-3015

DPW’s mission is to provide facilities, maintenance, unaccompanied enlisted personnel housing (UEPH) and engineering services to the Garrison, assigned units, agencies and offices on Fort Sill to support readiness, well being and sustainability.

Directorate of Family,
Morale, Welfare and Recreation

This comprehensive network of support and leisure services is designed to enhance the lives of service members, their families, civilian employees and military retirees from all branches of military service. From sports programs to child care to special events, FMWR contributes to the military’s strength and readiness by offering services that reduce stress, build skills and self-confidence, and foster strong esprit-de-corps.

Mission and Installation
Contracting Command
1803 NW Macomb Road (580) 442-6561

The Mission & Installation Contracting Command provides contracting support to the U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence, Installation Management Command, U.S. Army Forces Command and tenant units on Fort Sill.

Equal Employment Opportunity Office
Building 1670
Craig Road (580) 442-4024

The EEO Office manages the civilian Equal Employment Opportunity program, ensuring a workplace environment that is free of illegal discrimination and fosters equality and opportunity for everyone.

Inspector General
Building 1643 (580) 442-3109
Deputy Inspector General (580) 442-3109
NCOIC (580) 442-3224
Inspections Branch (580) 442-3224
Assistance & Investigations Branch (580) 442-3109

The Fort Sill IG teaches and trains, provides assistance as requested and conducts inspections and investigations as directed by the Commanding General for and throughout the United States Army Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill to assist commanders in achieving disciplined and combat-ready units and to maintain operational effectiveness of the command.

Internal Review & Audit Compliance
4700 Mow-Way Road
Suite 463 (580) 442-5836/2943/4524/5554

IRACO’s mission is to provide commanders with in-house, reliable, timely, professional review and consulting/advisory services that promote improved risk management and foster stewardship through best business practices.

Installation Safety Office
(580) 442-2108

This office manages applicable Army Safety Programs; receives information on and/or identifies hazards and recommends courses of action that assure mission accomplishment and maintain readiness; and protects the Fort Sill community by integrating consolidated risk management into all aspects of missions, leader development and everyday activities to ensure Fort Sill is a safe place for people to work and live.

Public Affairs Office
455 McNair Hall Road
Suite 101 (580) 442-4500

The Public Affairs Office gives the Fort Sill and garrison commanders advice and support in the areas of community support, community relations, media relations and command information.

Plans, Analysis and Integration Office
463 NW Hamilton Road
Suites 203-206 (580) 442-3137

The Plans, Analysis and Integration Office is the Garrison Commander’s staff element for strategic and management planning for the installation. PAIO provides oversight of assigned programs; conducts analytical reviews; monitors Army baseline standards; captures and enables implementation of best business practices; identifies, tracks, and orchestrates reporting of performance measures; and integrates and optimizes use of technology. This office is the Garrison Commander’s focal point for strategy and management planning for installations.

Resource Management Office
(580) 442-8144

RMO identifies, formulates, allocates and monitors execution of the Garrison’s funding and manpower and agreement programs. It serves as principal advisor to the Garrison Commander and Fort Sill’s Garrison staff on resources (funding and manpower) and agreement. Functions include: cost analysis; programming, budgeting and execution analysis; review and analysis; fiscal compliance, policy and laws oversight; management analysis, practices and programs; manpower and equipment documentation and management; civilian payroll issues-ATAAPS; and agreements centralized processing.

Staff Judge Advocate
Building 462, Taylor Hall (580) 442-2685

The mission of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Fires Center of Excellence, is to provide commanders and their staff with accurate, proactive legal advice on all issues affecting the Army and the Joint Force, while continuing to deliver quality legal services to Soldiers, retirees and their families. Divisions include: legal assistance, claims office, administrative law/civil, law, military justice, trial defense service, installation tax center and Soldier’s Medical Evaluation Board Counsel’s office.

The 77th Army Band
(580) 442-3614

The band was constituted March 1, 1907, in the Regular Army as the 13th Band, Coast Artillery and activated at Fort Du Pont, Del. The band was eventually activated at Fort Sill, Okla., on Feb. 24, 1955, where it has remained. It has served under different headquarters many times at Fort Sill, but always been “The Pride of Fort Sill!”

Falcon Range
(580) 442-6300/2043

Falcon Range provides a weapons range for the employment and scoring of air-to-surface ammunitions, including inert and training bombs, rockets, strafe and lasers. The range gives aircrews a tactically realistic target array in order to build and maintain skills needed to fly, to fight and to win.

International Student Division

The International Student Division serves as the principal contact for all International Military Students attending courses at Fort Sill.
The mission of the International Student Division is to support the Security Assistance Training Program (SATP) objectives through:
Administration: Managing all matters pertaining to administration, liaison, personal affairs, welfare and discipline of international students.
Academics: Monitor students training, develop academic efficiency reports and coordinate with staff, faculty and in-class sponsors.
Sponsorship Program: Planning, coordinating and executing the program.
Field Studies Program: Providing a better understanding of the United States, its people, political systems, institutions and the American family way of life.

Marine Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill

The Marine Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill validates training and education requirements and assists in drafting of Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) and Programs of Instructions (POIs). The Detachment also provides subject matter experts and instructors to provide training (both entry-level and sustainment) and mentorship to artillery Marines and the United States Army Field Artillery School (USAFAS). Additionally, the detachment promotes the advancement of artillery programs and instruction through direct coordination with the operating forces, Headquarters Marine Corps, Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, Training and Education Command and USAFAS.

31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade

The mission of the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade is to prepare Soldiers and units for combat and take care of Soldiers and their families.

On order, the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade deploys to a theater of operations in support of the 32nd AAMDC, conducts decisive air and missile defense operations, and redeploys.

The 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade was constituted on Jan. 1, 1918, in the National Army as Headquarters, 31st Heavy Artillery Brigade, Coast Artillery Corps at Key West, Fla., but would see numerous name changes over the lifetime of the unit.

The brigade was designated under its present name March 15, 1972, and after one final inactivation in 1979 at Homestead Air Force Base, Fla., the brigade would be reactivated again April 1, 1988, at Fort Hood, Texas, to support III Corps. In February 1996, the brigade once again received movement orders, to Fort Bliss, Texas. The 31st ADA underwent a BRAC-directed move from Fort Bliss to Fort Sill in July 2008.

The brigade consists of a Headquarters and Headquarters Battery; 3-2 ADA Battalion (Patriot), 4-3 ADA Battalion (Patriot) and 5-5 ADA Battalion (AMD), Fort Lewis, Wash.

Subordinate Units
3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery
The 3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery traces its lineage back to its inception on July 14, 1798, as Captain James Read’s Company, 1st Battalion 2nd Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers. For almost 200 years, the battalion has existed in various forms, having been recognized, redesignated and utilized in campaigns across the continental United States, Panama and the Philippine Islands.

Today, the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery stands ready and vigilant to strategically deploy to any theater in the world and provide air and missile defense to critical assets in support of 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command and, as it has always done in the past, to “bring the fight” to our adversaries. “Eagles Dare!”

4th Battalion,
3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment
The 4th Battalion, 3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment was constituted May 8, 1794, in the Regular Army as the 3d Company, 4th Battalion, Corps of Artillerists and Engineers. The Battalion’s distinctive lineage spanned two centuries and almost every major conflict throughout the world in defense of the homeland in field, costal and anti-aircraft units.

On July 27, 2010, the 4th Battalion, 3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment was officially activated at Fort Sill to support the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade.

5th Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery
The 5th Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery was first constituted June 13, 1861, in the Regular Army as Battery H, 5th Regiment of Artillery and was organized July 4, 1871, at Fort Greble, Penn.
Today, the 5th Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery stands ready and vigilant at Fort Lewis, Wash., to strategically deploy to any theater in the world and provide air and missile defense to critical assets in support of 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command.

75th Fires Brigade

The 75th Fires Brigade trains and prepares for combat at Fort Sill. Through its MLRS and Paladin battalions, the brigade can provide around-the-clock fire support in any weather or terrain to U.S. and allied forces … whether the fires are needed across the street or the next country over. The brigade integrates attached ground and air combat units, and the brigade headquarters can operate as a combined-arms headquarters when given maneuver units.

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 75th Field Artillery Brigade was originally formed under the organized reserves as the 509th Coast Artillery (Antiaircraft) July 21, 1921 in Seattle. The unit was redesignated March 15, 1972, as HHB, 75th Artillery Group at Fort Sill. It was designated March 16, 1981, as HHB, 75th Field Artillery Brigade.

The brigade is credited with campaign participation in the Asiatic-Pacific theater during World War II, the defense of Saudi Arabia and the liberation and defense of Kuwait. The brigade and all of its subordinate units have continued to deploy in support missions around the world, including Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom — Afghanistan and Horn of Africa. The 75th Fires Brigade continues a proud tradition as a combat brigade, prepared to support any contingency.

Today, the brigade includes the 2-18th Field Artillery Regiment as an MLRS battalion, 3-13th FAR as an MLRS battalion, 1-17th FAR as a Paladin battalion, the 100th Brigade Support Battalion, the 15th Transportation Company, C/26 Target Acquisition Battery and 258th Signal Company. The 75th Fires Brigade is one of the most powerful brigades in the Army, able to execute two-level maintenance, provide command and control and assets for the counter-fire fight, conduct long range communications, reinforce the close fight and provide long-range artillery fires with one Paladin and two M270A1 Multiple Launch Rocket System Fires battalions.

Subordinate Units
3-13th Field Artillery Regiment
The 3-13th Field Artillery Regiment, one of the most active battalions at Fort Sill, is composed of a Headquarters Battery, three combat-ready Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Batteries and a Forward Support Company. Its mission is to deploy anywhere in the world at anytime to provide timely, accurate and safe fires in support of our nation’s interests.

2-18th Field Artillery Regiment
The 2-18th Field Artillery Regiment (FAR) is a Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) battalion that deploys for worldwide contingency operations in order to plan, synchronize and deliver surface-to-surface precision and general support rocket and missile fires in support of combined and joint forces conducting full spectrum operations.

1st Fires Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment
The 1st Fires Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment (Paladin) conducts training and prepares for combat and deploys to a theater of operation to provide lethal fires in support of combat operations in the national defense.

100th Brigade Support Battalion
The 100th Brigade Support Battalion deploys worldwide and provides combat service support and brigade support area security and terrain management in support of 75th Fires Brigade in full spectrum operations.

95th Training Division
The 95th Training Division (Initial Entry Training) is headquartered at Fort Sill. It has units from coast to coast and in Hawaii. The division’s peacetime mission is to support the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command. Drill sergeants conduct initial entry training for new Soldiers entering the Army. Soldiers receive training in subjects such as military conduct and courtesy, basic rifle marksmanship, chemical biological and radiological training, first aid, offensive and defensive tactics, patrolling, weapons, land navigation, communications, and drill and ceremonies.

In the event of mobilization, the division will augment TRADOC installations by providing companies or battalions as necessary. Additionally, the 95th will provide personnel and/or detachments to deploy in support of theater operations. The “Iron Men” officially joined the ranks of the 108th Training Command (IET) headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., on Oct. 1, 2009.

428th Field Artillery Brigade

The 428th Field Artillery Brigade trains Soldiers, Marines and allies in field artillery core competencies in order to provide proficient integrators of lethal and nonlethal fires to the operational force. It develops competent, confident and adaptive leaders able to lead Soldiers and Marines in the contemporary operating environment.

The brigade is the cornerstone of the Field Artillery Branch. Here, Soldiers learn to be a leader and to become a member of the noblest profession: a field artilleryman.

Its charter with the operational Army is to provide a proficient artilleryman with whom to fight the nation’s wars. As a professional gunner, this brigade is home; a place where he or she will always come back to while a Soldier. Additionally, it sets the foundation for junior officers to become confident and adaptable leaders.

The brigade was constituted July 19, 1944, in the Army of the United States as Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 428th Field Artillery Group. It was transferred Aug. 18, 2006, to the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, and Headquarters activated Dec. 7, 2006, at Fort Sill.

HHB “Gladiators”
HHB, 428th FA Brigade provides battery-level administrative, logistical, maintenance, Soldier and Family Readiness, and property accountability support to all Soldiers and civilians in the Brigade Headquarters and brigade staff sections.

2-2nd Field Artillery “Big Deuce”
Deliver fires and perform logistics operations in support of the United States Army Field Artillery School to provide skilled and adaptive artillerymen to the operational U.S. Army and USMC. On order, executes ceremonial salutes for the Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill.

1-30th Field Artillery “Hard Chargers”
The Hard Charger Battalion executes initial military training and professional military education to develop physically fit, competent, resilient, confident and adaptable field artillery leaders to the operating force; individually capable of immediately contributing to their unit of assignment by integrating and executing lethal and nonlethal fires.

1-78th Field Artillery “Teamwork”
1-78th Field Artillery Battalion trains and develops adaptive Soldiers to provide effective and timely fire support. Supports the design of fire support training in order to provide the Army with combat-ready field artillery Soldiers; and provides logistical and administrative support to 94M Soldiers. On order, 1-78th FA conducts other training and support as directed by 428th Field Artillery Brigade.

Advanced Individual Training (AIT)
Basic Officer Leader Course—B (BOLC-B)
Captains Career Course
Master Gunner
Survey Meteorological Crewmember
Pre-Command Course
Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC)

434th Field Artillery Brigade
434th Field Artillery Brigade conducts reception operations and basic combat training by integrating and transforming civilian volunteers into disciplined, motivated and fit Soldiers in order to provide the Army with competent and confident warfighters willing to live the Army values.

The history of the Field Artillery Training Center goes back to the Field Artillery Replacement Center, which was established at Fort Sill in 1950 to fulfill the need for replacements during the Korean War. With the war’s end, this organization was deactivated and the Artillery Training Center was formed at Fort Chaffee, Ark.

It was not until April 23, 1959, that Fort Sill became the permanent home for Artilleryman; on this date, the Field Artillery Training Center was established with the activation of the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 7th Battalions.

During the period of 1959 to 1975, the Field Artillery Training Center underwent several changes in both organization and size. During this period FATC was assigned to the IS Army Field Artillery School and Brigade.

On July 1, 1975, the Artillery Training Center was reestablished as a separate major command at Fort Sill. In February 1976 a new era began as FATC began the One Station Unit Training (OSUT) concept. Soldiers conducted both basic combat training and advanced individual training in the same unit. Initially, only 13B, Cannon Crewman were training in the OSUT methodology. In 1978, five other MOSs (13E, 13F, 15D/13N, 15E and 82C) were also training in the OSUT format. In 1984, FATC added 13M, Multiple Launch Rocket System Crewman.

The Field Artillery Training Center has trained hundreds of thousands of Soldiers and has taken pride in providing the U.S. Field Artillery with the best gunners, forward observers, surveyors and rocketeers in the world.

On April 17, 2007, the 434th Field Artillery Brigade was reactivated at Fort Sill as an Army Training Center responsible for the training of the Army’s newest warriors. As the Army transforms to meet the challenges of the future, it is certain that the 434th Field Artillery Brigade will continue to be the premier training center in the United States Army.

1-19th Field Artillery
1-31st Field Artillery
1-40th Field Artillery
1-79th Field Artillery
The 434th Field Artillery Brigade’s battalions’ mission is to receive initial entry training Soldiers and conduct basic combat training in order to transform volunteers into Soldiers who demonstrate the requisite character, values and possess a warrior spirit; competent and confident in their warfighting and technical skills; and who can successfully contribute to their first unit of assignment.

95th Adjutant General Reception
95th AG BN (Reception) conducts reception operations for basic combat training, advanced individual training and English-as-a-second-language training for Soldiers. It conducts physical fitness retraining and the Physical Training and Rehabilitation Program for the brigade. It provides medical quarters, separations processing, medical shuttle service and facilitates CBHS-F services for the brigade. On order, it increases reception capability in support of the training base expansion.

434th Field Artillery Detachment
On April 1, 2008, the 434th Field Artillery Detachment was activated at Fort Sill. The 434th Detachment’s mission is to operate, maintain and support ranges and training sites for 434th FA; to provide ammunition support to 434th FA; provide instructor support to Basic Combat Training (BCT); and on order, expand the training base

Relocation Readiness Program,
Army Community Service
Mow-Way Road and Bragg Road
Building 4700, First Floor
Room 146N (580) 442-6962
The Army Community Service (ACS) Relocation Readiness Program aims to make your relocation fun, successful and stress-free. A full range of programs is available to provide information and assist with all your relocation matters.

The weekly newcomer’s orientation, Tuesday at 8 a.m., will help you become familiar with the installation and its activities and is mandatory; spouses are encouraged to attend. Free child care is available to personnel attending the orientation, but you must first register with Child, Youth & School Services, (580) 442 3927.

The ACS Lending Closet provides inbound personnel with temporary items until their household goods arrive. It is stocked with small electric appliances, ironing boards, tableware, silverware, all kinds of kitchen utensils and cookware, just to name a few. Additionally, children’s items such as strollers, playpens, high-chairs, booster-chairs and car seats are available. For more information, call (580) 442-3095.

Fort Sill is a “closed” post. In order to gain access you must show a valid photo identification card (ID). If you are driving into Fort Sill you must show proof of your current driver’s license, state vehicle registration and proof of insurance.

Security personnel stationed at the gates should provide additional assistance and will direct you to the Lodging, Officer in Charge (OIC) after working hours, or the Welcome Center, depending on your orders, time of arrival, rank and marital status.

Arrival at Lawton Municipal Airport
The distance from the Lawton Municipal Airport to Fort Sill is about five miles. There is a military representative at the airport from 4:30 a.m. until the last flight arrives, usually about 10:30 p.m.; stop by the airport military desk and request a Fort Sill Guide and map.

Taxi Service
The only cab service allowed to enter Fort Sill is Peoples Cab Company, (580) 357-9999/1706. Usually cabs are parked in front of the airport. Average cost for the taxi from the Lawton Municipal Airport to Fort Sill is $7.50 for one person and $3 for each additional person.

Bus Service
The Lawton Transit Service bus system operates until 9 p.m. The bus will stop at the bus station where you will need to transfer to the Orange Route which runs through Fort Sill and will drop you at the Guest House (Altman Hall). The cost for the bus transportation from the Lawton Municipal Airport to Fort Sill is $1.50. If you are new to the area, you may want to let the bus driver know where you need to go so they make the stop for you.

Driving from Lawton Municipal Airport
If you drive from the Lawton Municipal Airport to Fort Sill, once you leave the airport you will come to a stop sign at 11th Street. Turn left on 11th Street and remain on it. It will become Fort Sill Boulevard which will lead you directly to the installation through Scott Gate.

Flying into Oklahoma City,
Will Rogers World Airport
Flying in to Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport is not recommended, unless you are planning to rent a car at the airport to drive to Fort Sill. There is no public transportation to Fort Sill from Oklahoma City, unless you use the Greyhound Bus (

Driving from Oklahoma City,
Will Rogers World Airport
If you drive from Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport, as you exit the terminal, you will be on Meridian Road northbound. In approximately 1.5 miles, you will come to Airport Road; get on it eastbound. At the intersection of Interstate 44 (I-44), exit south onto I-44. (Be prepared to pay two tolls; $2.75 will cover both.) Stay on I-44 for approximately 80 miles; exit on Key Gate at mile marker 41.

Welcome Center
Building 4700
Mow-Way Road (580) 442-3217
Upon arrival, all permanently assigned Soldiers report to the Welcome Center at Hartell Hall, 4700 Mow-Way Road (main east entrance under the awning) with their DA Form 31 and permanent change of station (PCS) orders. The Welcome Center reception desk is manned 24 hours a day. Personnel will sign Soldiers in from leave, assist with billeting and give instruction about when to return for in-processing.

Installation in-processing is conducted Monday, Wednesday and Friday for all permanent party Soldiers; and is typically completed in two days. SFC through CSM; CW2 through CW5; 1LT and above complete in-processing the same day and pick up their orders the next duty day at 2 p.m. The majority of processing is conducted in Building 4700 to include ID cards, finance, housing, vehicle registration and ACS. New arrivals are briefed by several agencies on programs, assistance and services available on the installation such as: housing/government quarters, Fort Sill Credit Union, Fort Sill National Bank, MEDDAC (records pick-up), DENTAC, finance and travel.

Start Right Program: Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Resiliency Training Center (RTC) in Building 2934. This orientation is mandatory for all 2LTs, WO1s, and SSGs and below.

Mandatory Financial Management Training for first duty station Soldiers is Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Building 4700.
Upon completion of the central in-processing, Soldiers report to their gaining units.
Enlisted Soldiers arriving for basic training should report to 95th AG Bn (Reception) in Building 2855, (580) 442-3121.
Advanced Individual Training (AIT) students should report to 1st Bn 78th FA in Building 6007 or 6018, (580) 442-5799/2475.
ALC and SLC students report to Building 3662, (580) 442-2417/3141.
Captains Career Course (CCC) and WOBC/WOAC students should report to Building 730, Snow Hall, (580) 442-2301.
BLOC B students report to A Battery, 1st Battalion 30th Field Artillery, Building 756, (580) 442-6700.
DCC Officers report to Building 2436 or Building 2429, (580) 442-5315/3455.
USAR/ARNG Soldiers for annual training: contact DPTMS, (580) 442-3605/2469.
MOB Individual Augmentees: contact IOC, (580) 442-3230/3240/3241.
All others arriving after duty hours report to Housing Division (Altman Hall) Building 5676, (580) 442-5000.

Fort Sill Lodging
Building 5676
Ferguson Road (580) 442-5000
Toll Free (877) 711-8326
Military personnel and family members on orders to Fort Sill should contact Fort Sill Lodging for room reservations; reservations are accepted 60 days in advance when PCSing to Fort Sill. A copy of official travel orders and a military ID card must be presented at the time of service on all official travel. Price range for personnel on official orders is $60 to $65 per night, depending on room size. Prices for non-official visits are slightly higher. Families arriving at Fort Sill on PCS orders must “pay as you go” as any other guest, then apply for the reimbursement during in-processing. The same applies if family uses off-post temporary lodging. Save all your lodging expense receipts; you will need them when applying for reimbursement.

Only one of the guest facilities allows pets. Please let the lodging personnel know, at the time you make your reservation, if you will be bringing a pet. No boarding or kennel service is available at Fort Sill. To board at a local veterinary clinic, your pet must have current vaccinations. The average daily cost to board your pet is $15.

Soldiers reporting to Fort Sill due to permanent change of station (PCS) must register any privately owned weapons with the Police Administrative Branch, Room 218, Building 4700 within one working day of arrival.

Soldiers and their dependents are authorized to receive personal mail through the Installation Consolidated Mail Room until they have established a permanent address (normally 30 days). Use the following address: Soldier/Spouse/Child’s name, Rank/Name of Soldier, 6607 NW Fort Sill Blvd., Fort Sill, OK 73503-1899.

Upon arrival, visit Building 930 (Post Office) south entrance to pick up mail. A valid military ID is required. Upon establishing a permanent address, the Soldier should provide the Installation Consolidated Mail Room a change of address and directory card, available from your unit mail clerk or the Installation Consolidated Mail Room.

All privately owned vehicles must be registered on Fort Sill within five working days of arrival at Building 4700, Room 127N. Be sure to bring your ID card, driver’s license, state vehicle registration and proof of insurance. Additionally, a Defense Driver’s Course Card is required for motorcycle registration and can be obtained at the post Safety Office if needed. For information about vehicle registration and driver’s licensing in Oklahoma, please see the “Getting To & Around” chapter.

The total population in Fort Sill is about 53,000 including, 20,000 military and civilian personnel, and 33,000 military family members. There is a robust retiree community that is supported by Fort Sill. Lawton metro area population: 113,811.

Permissive TDY (house hunting) must be approved by the losing command prior to arrival at Fort Sill. For those with pre-approved permissive TDY, report to the Housing Services Office, Building 4700, Third Floor, to have your DA Form 31 stamped with the date of arrival to begin your 10-day house hunt. Soldiers without pre-approved permissive TDY from their losing command must complete in-processing to their gaining unit at Fort Sill and then request permissive TDY through their new commander.

Contact the Transportation Office, Inbound Section even though you may not have your delivery address for your household goods yet. Provide your phone number and an address where you can be reached on short notice. As soon as you have a delivery address for your household goods, call the Transportation Office again and set up delivery of your household goods. Be prepared to accept delivery of your property as soon as it arrives. This will prevent additional handling and thus reduce the opportunity for possible loss or damage. Check your belongings as they are delivered, and mark any damaged or lost items on DD Form 1840, Statement of Loss or Damage. Claims must be filed with the Post Claims Office within 70 days of delivery.

School Liaison
The Fort Sill/Lawton School Liaison may be contacted at (580) 442-4831. The School Liaison provides information and assists parents with issues sometimes encountered by the military families.

Public Schools
All public schools in the Fort Sill/Lawton area fall under the Lawton Public School System (LPS) in Comanche County. Lawton Public Schools consists of three high schools, four middle schools and 33 elementary schools. Student enrollment is approximately 17,700 with 250 certified teachers. Pupil/teacher ratio: 16.5 students to one teacher; graduation rate for Lawton is 76 percent; average ACT score is 20. All the schools in Lawton are accredited by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. The school year generally runs from late August to mid-May. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade who live on post attend one of the two public elementary schools: Geronimo Road Elementary or Sheridan Road Elementary. Both are part of the Lawton Public School system. If you arrive at Fort Sill and will be moving on post within 90 days, you may enroll your child(ren) in one of these schools.

Adult Education
The Fort Sill Army Education Center provides counseling, instruction and training support services, and testing for both Soldiers and family members as well as tuition assistance to Soldiers pursuing recognized personal and professional self-development opportunities. Every action starts by seeing a counselor, available on a walk-in basis, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. Counselors can help with: requesting transcripts, applying for admission to on-post universities, obtaining a military evaluation, SOCAD student agreement and degree plan, determining educational goals, enrolling in all college/vocational courses, obtaining tuition assistance, obtaining testing services and more. College classes are offered on Fort Sill. Call the Education Center at (580) 442 3876 for more information. Tuition assistance covers a Soldier’s tuition costs according to the most current policies outlined in service regulations. The Soldier must be enrolled in an associate/bachelors/master/certification program to be eligible for tuition assistance.

The majority of employment opportunities available to Fort Sill family members will be either on Fort Sill or in Lawton. The overall employment prospect in this area is fair. There are many jobs available in retail sales, food service, child care and medical-related occupations. The job market is tougher for those seeking employment in mid- to upper-level management and other professional arenas. Fort Sill is located in a moderate cost of living area. There are good opportunities for part-time jobs in the fast food industry.
Due to the mobile nature of the military lifestyle, individuals with education and/or experience in the health care and education fields often are more successful in finding employment upon relocation than are individuals in other career fields. There are good educational opportunities as well as employment in the nursing field.

Many spouses choose to improve their future employment prospects while at Fort Sill through training or education, rather than seeking employment while their spouse is assigned here. If you would like to set up a child care service at home, please contact the Family Child Care program, (580) 442-2470, for additional information.

Transition Assistance
Contact the Army Community Center (ACS) for employment search assistance. Whether you are a family member or a transitioning military member, an Employment Readiness Program (ERP) coordinator is prepared to assist you. Call (580) 442 4916 to set up an appointment.

The Fort Sill Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) website ( has extensive information and links for local employment.

Additionally, the Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) provides pre-separation counseling (mandatory for military members), monthly Transition Assistance Program (TAP) seminar and access to Transition Bulletin Board. For more information, visit

Unemployment Benefits
If you are considering applying for unemployment benefits, contact your losing state’s unemployment benefits’ representative for the appropriate paperwork. When you resign your position, include a statement to the effect that you are resigning to accompany your military spouse on his/her Permanent Change of Station.

The payment of unemployment benefits depends upon what state you are transferring from and the policy in that state. A spouse transferring to Lawton from overseas will probably be able to receive unemployment benefits until he/she finds a job. The maximum amount of time for unemployment benefits is 26 weeks. Call the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, (800) 555-1554 for more information.

Employment Documentation
Be sure to hand carry all employment records and documents, resumes, SF 171, SF 50, latest performance appraisal, transcripts, certificates and licenses. If relocating, remember to pack clothing suitable for job search and interviews.

Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Program – Army Community Service
Building 4700
Mow-Way Road (580) 442-4682

Fort Sill Housing Division
Mow-Way Road and Bragg Road
Building 4700, Hartell Hall
North Entrance (580) 442-5190/6819
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Government Housing
Government quarters will be assigned to all eligible military personnel assigned for duty at Fort Sill within a 30-mile radius of Fort Sill. Military personnel on extended active duty at Fort Sill in the rank of private and above with dependents are eligible for family housing. The waiting period for government quarters varies depending on family size and bedroom requirement.

Single Soldier Housing
Sufficient single Soldier quarters exist on Fort Sill to meet the installations needs; all single Soldier quarters have been renovated.

Exceptional Family Member Housing
At Fort Sill, every one applying for housing on post falls under the same priority. Housing units can be adapted to the needs of exceptional family members when the sponsor applies and receives approval for special quarters. If you will need special housing, please contact Housing Management Division at (580) 442 4949, or the Exceptional Family Member Program at Army Community Service at (580) 442-4916, to begin your special needs request process.

Family Housing
In 2007, Picerne Military Housing was selected by the Army as Fort Sill’s housing partner for the next 50 years. As the Army’s housing partner, Picerne renovates, builds, manages and maintains family housing on post. Family housing residents get personalized property management, maintenance and family services at Picerne’s Neighborhood Offices.

On-post living at Fort Sill offers a feeling of community and many amenities. Resident activities provide another source for family fun and community living. Throughout the year, Picerne management staff hosts family-friendly events for residents.

The Picerne Military Housing Leasing and Relocation Center is located on the third floor of Building 4700 on Mow-Way Road. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact Leasing and Relocation Center staff at (580) 581 2144 or toll-free (866) 525-HOME.

Relocation specialists and resident service specialists have been trained to facilitate a smooth transition for your family to your new home. Specialists can provide detailed information about the area and available services for new residents. Staff can direct you to the proper resources for WIC, SSI, food stamps, FSSA and health and welfare issues if needed.

Eligibility Criteria
You are eligible for privatized family housing at Fort Sill if you are an active duty service member with accompanying family members assigned to an installation within 50 miles of Fort Sill. For new move-ins, on the date of occupancy, military members must have a minimum of one year remaining on your current duty assignment.

Existing homes at Fort Sill are divided into two neighborhoods and construction is under way on a third neighborhood, Buffalo Soldier Acres. The new development will offer homes of various sizes and configurations including modern duplexes and spacious single-family homes. Each neighborhood will contain sub-neighborhoods for each of five different pay-grade groups that include: Junior NCOs (E-1 to E-5), Senior NCOs (E-6 to E-8), Sergeants Major (E-9), Company-Grade (01 to 03) and Field Grade Officers (04 to 05).

Each neighborhood has its own dedicated neighborhood management and maintenance team. The old centralized housing office concept has given way to customer-friendly neighborhood offices serving each individual neighborhood.

Homes located north of Sheridan Road are served by the Old Cavalry Post Neighborhood Office while families living south of Sheridan Road are served by the Southern Plains Neighborhood Office. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.

Old Cavalry Post Neighborhood Office
1164 Lester Road (580) 581-2140
Southern Plains Neighborhood Office
5434 Rossbach Road (580) 581-2142

Non-government Housing
You must process through the Housing Division prior to renting, buying or leasing off post, whether you are applying for housing on post or not. The Housing Referral Office (HRO) is your contact for any problems you may encounter such as discrimination complaints, tenant/landlord disputes or any questions or problems about off-post housing is the HRO. The HRO will provide a list of rentals with corresponding locator maps and give you information regarding the communities in which the rentals are located. All renters should carry renters insurance against fire, theft and other damages. The property owner’s insurance will cover the property but not the renter’s personal property.

About 80 percent of military personnel live off-post in the Fort Sill area. There are numerous apartment complexes, mobile homes and homes for rent or sale in the Lawton and surrounding area. Security deposits vary and normally range from $200 to $700 and often equal one month’s rent.

DoD Automated Housing
Referral Network (AHRN)
Visit or ask at your local housing office to learn about this DoD program that allows military members and families to: Search listings and pictures of available rentals near military installations Find out about shared rentals List their own properties for rent to other military families List their homes for sale by owner (FSBO) to other military members Contact installation housing offices

All animals are required to be registered with the city of Lawton. Registration and city tags for cats and dogs are available for a fee of $15 at Fort Sill Veterinary Treatment Facility, (580) 442 3416, or Lawton Animal Welfare, 2104 S. Sixth St., (580) 581-3218. A citation will be issued if an animal is caught without proper tags. Dogs must be on a leash or confined to a yard. Stray animals are collected by the city animal handlers. Be aware that a fine must be paid to the city if a pet is collected a second time.

Large animals such as horses are required to have a large animal permit. There is no boarding facility for horses on the installation. Birds, reptiles, ferrets, etc. are not required to be licensed. No quarantines are required for new pets arriving in Oklahoma; however, any time a pet bites a person, the animal is required to be quarantined for 10 days, either at the Fort Sill Veterinary Treatment Facility or at any civilian veterinary clinic or hospital that has a licensed veterinarian on staff.

Fort Sill Vet Clinic
721 Macomb Road (580) 442-3416
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There are two things you must do before obtaining medical care. First, you must update your status in DEERS (Defense Enrollment Eligibility Recording System). Second, you must enroll in TRICARE Prime or transfer your current enrollment to Fort Sill.

TRICARE Prime enrollment is mandatory for all active duty service members who are permanently assigned to Fort Sill. If you do not complete your enrollment while in-processing you can visit the TRICARE Service Center located in the hospital near the South entrance for questions/enrollment. Once enrolled, you will be assigned a primary care manager (PCM) who will manage all your health care needs. Based on your unit assignment, your assigned PCM will be located in one of these clinics: Fires Center Clinic, Family Medical Home (by Team) or Internal Medicine Clinic. Please call the Primary Care Call Center (PCCC) 558-2000 or access TRICARE Online at for an appointment with your PCM.

After you complete TRICARE enrollment you will receive a letter notifying you of your assigned PCM. Your PCM is a health care provider who will provide for your health care needs and coordinate specialty care as needed. If you do not receive notification of your assigned PCM within 45 days after enrolling, please contact the Managed Care Division at (580) 558-2483/3161.

Reynolds Army Community Hospital (RACH)
4301 Wilson St. (580) 558-2500/2800/2801
Core Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All active duty service members, regardless of enrollment status, are Reynolds’ number one priority. For your convenience the TRICARE Service Center (TSC) operates as a one-stop shop. There you can enroll in TRICARE, check on a referral or speak to an expert about your health care benefits. The TSC is located near the south entrance of the hospital; hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. RACH services include: audiology/speech athology, clinical psychology, dermatology, dietetics, emergency services, family medicine, internal medicine, neurology, OB/GYN, occupational therapy, ophthalmology, optometry, orthopedics, otolaryngology (ENT), pediatrics, physical medicine, physical therapy, psychiatry, surgery, urology, chiropractics, nuclear medicine, podiatry, population health (wellness), psychology and social work substance abuse.

Emergency Room
Attempting to use the emergency room in lieu of the appropriate sick call location creates significant resource challenges, resulting in delays and increased patient wait times. The emergency room is for emergent or urgent medical care only. When in doubt, report to the emergency room and you will be triaged. Due to the nature of emergency medicine and the triage process, your wait in the ER could be significant. You may be instructed to call for an appointment or use your appointed place for sick call if your illness or injury is not deemed emergent or urgent.

Sick Call
Active duty Soldiers’ sick call hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 9 a.m. For questions, or to schedule an appointment, call (580) 558-2710. Outlying clinics, Cowan and Allen, conduct dental sick call Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 9 a.m. The Cowan Dental Clinic phone number is (580) 442-2991, and the Allen Dental Clinic phone number is (580) 442-6106/5544.

Weekend Care
Bleak Troop Medical Clinic
Building 6039 (580) 442-5566/2268
All service members (regardless of organization), will be seen at the Bleak Troop Medical Clinic for Saturday and federal/training holiday sick call, with the exception of Thanksgiving federal holiday, and the Christmas and New Year’s combined federal/training holiday periods, when the TMC will be closed. Sign-in hours are from 7 to 8 a.m.

Pregnant Soldier Care
Pregnant Soldiers with non-pregnancy related health care concerns (i.e. foot pain, knee pain, sore throat, upper respiratory infection, etc.) should refer to page six of their Pregnancy and Childbirth Guide (issued during the first appointment with OB Clinic) before calling (580) 558 2000 for an appointment with their PCM. Soldiers experiencing medical problems related to the pregnancy (i.e. bleeding, cramping) who are less than 20 weeks into their pregnancy may call the OB-GYN clinic (580) 558-2276 to speak to a triage nurse or may report to the emergency room. Soldiers pregnant greater than 20 weeks experiencing medical problems related to the pregnancy may call the OB-GYN clinic to speak to a triage nurse or report to Labor & Delivery on the third floor of the hospital to be seen by the on-call provider.

Fort Sill boasts three dental clinics for the active duty service member. Check with your unit to determine which one you should use. Prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics and oral surgery are available at one of the three modern dental clinics through referrals only for active duty Soldiers.

The TRICARE Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan (FMDP) is a comprehensive dental plan available to spouses and children of active duty members of the seven uniformed services. To be eligible for enrollment in FMDP, sponsors must intend to remain on active duty for 24 months. Sponsors may enroll their family members by filling out DD form 2494 or 2494-1 at their personnel office.

Family members’ dental plan covers all types of necessary professional dental services. The plan has co-payments, maximums, limitations and exclusions similar to typical civilian group dental plans. The amount covered by the program ranges from 50 percent to 100 percent, depending on the type of dental service. Details of coverage are fully described in the Evidence of Coverage booklet. Call the TRICARE Information Center for more beneficiary information at (800) 406-2832.

Fort Sill’s Exchange Services offices a variety of products and services; visit the different facilities to see what they have to offer.

Exchange Mall
Building 1718
Fort Sill’s Exchange Mall boasts thousands of feet of shopping, dining and concessions.

Main Exchange
(580) 351-0504
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Exchange Restaurants/DVD Rental
(580) 250-1759

Burger King Express
Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Specialty Express
Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Charley’s Grilled Subs
Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Church’s Chicken
Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Barber Shop
(580) 353-5697
Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Beauty Shop
(580) 353-6104
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Flower Shop (In & Out Wire Service available)
(580) 248-5327
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Optical Shop
(580) 355-6059
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

T-Shirt Shop
(580) 357-3137
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Nacol’s Jewelry
(580) 353-1840
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(580) 248-6576
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Exchange Mobile Center
(580) 581-1147
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

(580) 353-7391
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Time Car, Car Rental
(580) 355-1059
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon; Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Building 1712
The PXTRA offers a variety of goods and services.

Home & Garden Center
(580) 351-0504
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Class Six
(580) 351-0504
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Laundry & Dry Cleaners
(580) 353-2156
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; closed Sunday

Tactical Store
(580) 248-0551
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Optometry Center
(580) 353-3700
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; closed Sunday.

The UPS Store
(580) 248-7800
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Quarry Hill Complex
Building 6036

Troop Store
(580) 353-2105
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

(580) 248-4995
Monday through Friday, noon to 8 p.m.; Saturday noon to 5 p.m.; closed Sunday.

Barber Shop
(580) 353-8918
Monday through Friday, 1 to 7 p.m.; Saturday noon to 6 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.

Anthony’s Pizza
(580) 248-7025
Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Taco Bell
(580) 248-7025
Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sheridan Road Express/
Gas/Peoples Cab
Building 3985

Sheridan Road Express/Gas
(580) 355-8106
24 hours daily

Peoples Cab
(580) 585-2032
24 hours daily

Building 1802

(580) 248-3820
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Sunday.

(580) 357-7703
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Sunday.

Other Facilities
Barber Shop
Building 2861N (580) 353-5788
Monday through Friday, 9 to 11 a.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Burger King
Building 2990 (580) 353-4260
Drive thru is open one hour later than dining room times listed below.
Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Artillery Bowl PX
Building 2861 (580) 353-2120
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Fort Sill Boulevard Express/
Gas Station/Instaflix DVD Kiosk
Building 4117 (580) 357-0786
Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Hospital Exchange
Building 4301 (580) 355-6128
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Building 4114
Daily, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; holidays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Building 3260 (580) 353-5623
Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m.

Unit Photo
Building 2865N (580) 355-1837
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Building 2444 (580) 248-6216
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Snow Hall Bookstore & Cafeteria
Building 730 (580) 353-1996
Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

Family Hair Care
Building 2860S (580) 353-5788
Monday through Friday, 7 to 11 a.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

1719 Macomb Road (580) 442-2305/3601
Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 6 p.m.
Early bird: Monday through Friday, 7 to 9:30 a.m.; Saturday, 7 to 8 a.m.
The Fort Sill Commissary is open 362 days a year to best serve you; it is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. It boasts 45,000 square feet and more than 20,000 line items along with a bakery and deli. Services include: ATM, bakery, custom photo cakes, deli, fresh sandwiches to go, military pharmacy, party cakes, plants, rotisserie chicken and sushi.

(580) 442-3302
After Duty Hours: Contact the EOC for the Duty Chaplain at (580) 442-3240/3241.
Fort Sill Religious Support provides or performs religious support for all authorized personnel of the Fires Center and Fort Sill during peacetime and across the full spectrum of war by supporting the command in ensuring the free exercise of religion. The office advises the command in matters of religion, morals, morale and ethical issues while supporting the unit mission.

Fort Sill’s chapels offer worship services, religious education and fellowship activities for a variety of faith groups. Unit chaplains provide counseling for Soldiers and their families, and the Family Life Center provides specialized marriage and family counseling. For a schedule of services and activities visit:

Frontier Chapel
4121 Thomas Road (580) 442-2701

Grierson Hill Chapel
3280 Crane Road (580) 442-5001

Quarry Hill Chapel
6008 Gordon St. (580) 442-4505

Old Post Chapel
425 Hamilton Road (580) 442-2636

New Post Chapel
1005 Shade Ave (580) 442-5001

Resiliency Training Center
(580) 442-0679

4700 Mow-Way Road (580) 442-4916
This program features a number of classes and services to educate military personnel in matters pertaining to personal, financial and family wellness. All military ID card holders and DoD civilian employees are eligible to receive ACS assistance and enroll in ACS programs.

4700 Mow-Way Road
Suite 400 (580) 442-2317
Walk-in hours: Monday through Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday, noon to 4 p.m.
Fort Sill’s Claims Offices will help you obtain compensation for losses associated with your military service. Most personnel claims are for household goods that are lost or damaged during a command-sponsored move.

Building 4700, Suite 400 (580) 442-5058
Monday through Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday, 1 to 4 p.m.
Walk-in hours: Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Thursday, 1 to 3 p.m.
Power of attorney and notary services available during regular duty hours on walk-in basis.
Services provided include Soldier readiness activities for mobilization and deployment, negotiation and mediation, client counseling and representation, document preparation and referral to other military or civilian attorneys, other agencies or community organizations.

Parent Central Services
4700 Mow-Way Road (580) 442-3927
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; registration appointment and walk-ins accepted until 3 p.m.

Child Development Centers
Fort Sill offers three child development centers; full-day care for children 6 weeks to 6 years old is available with trained staff and age-appropriate developmental activities. Patron fees are determined by total family income.

Tincher Child Development Center
4122 Bragg Road (580) 442-2320/4784
Monday through Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Alice Grierson Child Development Center
4123 Bragg Road (580) 558/4306
Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Hourly care available; reservation required.

Cooper Child Development Center
4125 Bragg Road (580)558-5734/5735
Monday through Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Before- and after-school is available for pre-K and kindergarteners.

Family Child Care Program
4700 Mow-Way Road (580) 442-2470
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Family Child Care program provides a flexible, family-based alternative to the Child Development Centers. Installation military family members trained in child development offer daycare in their homes for children 4 weeks to 12 years old. Sign up through an online system at the Parent Central Services Office.

School Age Center (SAC)
6599 Lucas Ave. (580) 442-2844
Monday through Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Monday through Thursday, 4 to 5 p.m., homework assistance is available.
SAC provides a before- and after-school program during the school year and a summer day camp for the 12 weeks of summer. Child care fees, established by the DoD fee policy, are based on total family income. School vacation days are included at no additional cost for those families enrolled in before- and after-school programs. Individual school vacation days will cost $20 per day for those students not participating regularly in the program. School vacation days that are three or more days are offered at a weekly rate of $89.

Youth Services
Macomb Road and Fort Sill Boulevard
Building 1721 (580) 442-6745
Monday through Thursday, noon to 7 p.m.; Friday, noon to 10 p.m.; Saturday, 2 to 10 p.m.; closed Sunday. Membership allows youth in grades six through 12 access to activities geared towards skill development such as educational programs, clubs and a game room as well as a safe place to go after school.

Skies Unlimited Program
This instructional program is strategically designed to support growth in every aspect of the lives of Army youth. It consists of four basic areas:
Arts, recreation and leisure
Life skills, citizenship and leadership
Sports, fitness and health
Academic skills, mentoring and intervention
For more information, visit Child, Youth & Services or call (580) 442-3927.

Nye Library
1640 Randolph Road (580) 442-3806
Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; closed holidays. The library is a full-service library center that offers a general library collection, video, audio books, electronic references, children’s books and access to the Internet. The library is equipped with study and meeting rooms, and librarians are available to assist you.

Impact Zone Brewery
3265 Crane Ave. (580) 442-0023

Java Café
3265 Crane Ave. (580) 442-6630

1270 Quinette Road (580) 442-5441

Patriot Club
500 Upton Road (580) 442-5300

Adventure Travel
Welcome Center
Building 4700 (580) 250-4040

Automotive Skills Center
2503 Ringgold Road (580) 442-4147

Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers
Recplex, 2502 Sheridan Road (580) 442-6346

Fitness Centers

Goldner Fitness Center
Building 3444, Crane Road (580) 442-2740
Honeycutt Fitness Center
921 Randolph Road (580) 442-4670

Rinehart Fitness Center
2730 Bragg Road (580) 442-6712

Fort Sill Golf Course
(580) 442-5473

Fort Sill Sports
4744 Mow-Way Road (580) 442-3269

Lake Elmer Thomas
Recreation Area (LETRA)
(580) 442-5854

(580) 442-6200

2502 Sheridan Road (580) 442-4824

Twin Oaks Bowling Center
935 Macomb Road (580) 442-2882

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