UPDATE: Keith Pannell of Fort Sill's Public Affairs Office has stated that Buffalo Soldier Acres Family Housing will not lose power during the full-scale exercise that will occur on Aug 27. The original story is as follows:
Statement by NORAD and USNORTHCOM Public Affairs concerning UC mission:
"Today, Health and Human Services informed us of their plan to suspend the use of temporary shelters on military bases to accommodate their unaccompanied children mission
Fort Sillhas been identified to support a U.S. federal interagency effort being coordinated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to respond to a recent unexpected influx of unaccompanied children from other countries. Following Joint Base San Antonio and Naval Base Ventura County, the installation becomes the third Department of Defense facility to support this mission.
When Maj. Gen. Mark McDonald passed the Fires Center of Excellence colors on and Maj. Gen. John Rossi took hold, the FCoE marked a new chapter in history by welcoming an air defense artillery Soldier as the new commanding general.
Today we said goodbye to Maj. General Mark McDonald and his wife Connie. Although they have only been here two years they have touched many lives. They have been a joy to get to know. It was hard to say goodbye but we are also looking forward to welcoming Maj. General Rossi and his wife Liz to the Fort Sill family.
The Field Artillery Museum will be presenting a hands-on program about an American Revolution soldier on Saturday, at 10 am, 11 am and noon. The 30-45 minute program will discuss the uniforms, equipment and weapons of the American Revolution and include a live-fire demonstration of the flintlock musket
A couple weeks ago, we posted a picture of a helicopter located around the north side of Fort Sill. Keith Pannell who serves as Media Relations Officer of Fort Sill contacted us shortly after we published the story and gave an explanation of the mysterious helicopter.
This past Tuesday Kelso and I were 'gallowing' around The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge to take some wonderful winter nature photos. As we were driving back from our daily gallow we see on the way back this mysterious helicopter on the other side of the barbed wire fence of Fort Sill.
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