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  Fort Stewart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Stewart is a census-designated place and U.S. Army post primarily located in Liberty County, Georgia, but also occupying significant portions of Bryan County, Georgia.
In 1959, Fort Stewart was redesignated as an Armor and Artillery Firing Center, since its old anti-aircraft ranges and impact areas were better suited for this purpose in the new age of missiles.
Fort Stewart saw a growing influx of National Guard and Reserve units who were being mobilized to support the operations in Saudi Arabia and to assume the tasks at the post which had formerly been accomplished by 24th Division personnel.
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 Fort Stewart
Fort Stewart is ideally situated and resourced to support the training and deployability requirements of the 3d Infantry Division (Mechanized).
Rapid deployability of the division is ensured by Fort Stewart's proximity to the port of Savannah and Hunter Army Airfield.
Fort Stewart saw a growing influx of National Guard and Reserve units who were being mobilized to support the operations in Saudi Arabia and to assume the tasks at the post which had formerly been accomplished by Division personnel.
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 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Fort Stewart
The first troops to arrive at Camp Stewart in October 1940 were the Liberty County National Guard and detachments of the Seventieth Coastal Artillery from Fort Screven and the 214th Coast Artillery and 101st Coast Artillery from Hinesville.
The Camp Stewart commander was aware of the lack of respectable recreational facilities and events for the tens of thousands of troops stuck in the countryside.
Camp Stewart was used as a deactivation center until late 1945; by mid-1946 only sixty military and civilian employees were working at the camp.
www.georgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-1322   (1327 words)

 Welcome to Fort Stewart Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield have consistently proven rapid deployment capabilities in operations ranging from the 1990 Gulf War through subsequent annual deployments to Egypt, Kuwait, Bosnia, and Kosovo; and, most recently, to operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Fort Stewart encompasses 279,270 acres (32 X 17 miles, including parts of five Georgia counties), is the largest military installation east of the Mississippi River, and is the largest federal landholding in the state of Georgia.
Fort Stewart and Georgia laws prohibit a child between the ages of 1 and 4 riding as a passenger on a bicycle unless the child is securely seated in a child passenger seat, bicycle trailer or infant sling and wearing a helmet.
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 Welcome to Fort Stewart Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
At Fort Stewart, Article 15 briefings are held Monday and Wednesday at 9 a.m.; Court-martial briefings are held Monday at 1 p.m.; and Chapter briefings are held Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Club Stewart is located near the family housing area of Fort Stewart at the intersection of Hero Road and Coe Avenue.
Fort Stewart Georgia FCU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative.
www.militarynewcomers.com /FTSTEWART03/Resources/services.html   (9635 words)

 ajc.com | News | Pentagon investigates Fort Stewart | ajc.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Pentagon is sending an investigative team to Fort Stewart today to investigate allegations that ill and injured reservists, many returning from the war in Iraq, are being treated like second-class citizens at the sprawling Army post in South Georgia.
Some of about 600 reservists currently on "medical hold" at Fort Stewart complain that they are being housed in barracks without window screens or air conditioning and have to walk, sometimes on crutches, to outdoor latrines.
Fort Stewart's medical facilities might have been overwhelmed by the number of returning troops needing non-emergency medical care for illnesses or injuries suffered on active duty, Curry said.
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 Fort Stewart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Fort Stewart is home to the 3rd Infantry Division - Mechanized, formerly the 24th Infantry Division - Mechanized.
Camp Stewart occupies nearly half of Liberty County's 519 square miles and is the largest employer in the County.
Fort Stewart has two elementary schools for military personnel residing on the Post.
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 Fort Stewart Asseses Status of Shortnose Sturgeon: A 2001 Update
Biologists at Fort Stewart, Ga., better understand the status of the endangered shortnose sturgeon after two years of intensive sampling, but many questions and challenges remain in their efforts to protect and enhance this unique species.
Fort Stewart’s Fish and Wildlife Branch continues to monitor the shortnose sturgeon population in the Ogeechee River system, following the installation’s Endangered Species Management Plan (ESMP).
Fort Stewart first inventoried the shortnose population in the early 1990s.
aec.army.mil /usaec/publicaffairs/update/win02/win0220.html   (534 words)

 Fort Stewart Wins Community of Excellence Award
ARLINGTON, Va. - Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, Ga., have won the Army's Community of Excellence Award for the second year in a row for improving mission performance and enhancing the well-being of Soldiers and their families.
Fort Stewart also has won the Department of Defense Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence for 2005.
Fort Bragg won the award in 2001, and was a finalist in 2002 and 2003.
www.military.com /NewsContent/0,13319,usa3_072005.00.html   (378 words)

 Case Study: Fort Stewart, GA
Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield complex is home to the most highly trained and rapidly deployable mechanized force in the world - the 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) of the XVIII Airborne Corps.
It was a cumbersome, tedious process—and one that required a generous staffing of operators at the base, especially during wartime deployments.
The addition and integration of a leading speech recognition engine (Nuance) enabled use of existing data within the system already used by Fort Stewart operators, leveraging the Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) and connectivity with the existing switching network, and enabling expanded use of the operations, administration and maintenance mechanisms of the platform.
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 Fort Stewart Studies Shortnose Sturgeon
In keeping with the installation’s Endangered Species Management Plan (ESMP), Fort Stewart’s Fish and Wildlife Branch is monitoring the endangered resident shortnose sturgeon.
The current project is a joint effort between Fort Stewart’s Fish and Wildlife Branch and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station (WES).
Because of this work, Fort Stewart will have a better understanding of the sturgeon to ensure that its mission does not jeopardize this species.
aec.army.mil /usaec/publicaffairs/update/sum00/sum0021.htm   (577 words)

 On Base: Fort Stewart
A row of eastern redbud trees is planted along one side of the parade field at Fort Stewart - one for each soldier who did not return home from the war in Iraq.
The soldiers of Fort Stewart have returned to their wives and girlfriends, husbands and boyfriends, and to new babies born while they were away.
Fort Stewart is the Army's largest installation east of the Mississippi River, situated on 279,000 acres and stretching across portions of five counties; about 35 miles southwest of Savannah, GA (the sixth busiest post in the U.S.).
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 Fort Stewart, Georgia
Fort Stewart is a large base, mostly contained in Liberty County, Georgia.
The Native American population on Fort Stewart was mostly Guale (pronounced Wall-ey).
Fort Stewart doesn't reach too far in that direction, so there's not too much evidence of these people out there.
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 Fort Stewart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Fort Stewart, the largest military post east of the Mississippi, is home to the US Army’s 3rd Infantry Division (Mech) and is the summer training grounds for the National Guard.
Drive to the main entrance of Fort Stewart.
Please Note: Due to heightened security, Fort Stewart is now a closed post and requires all visitors to stop at the main gate.
www.libertytrail.com /fort_stewart.html   (194 words)

 Fort Stewart News
Two Middle Georgians were among the 30 soldiers honored in a tree-planting ceremony Thursday morning at Fort Stewart.
Fort Stewart - Every week for the last month, hundreds of Georgia soldiers in the 3rd Infantry Division have come home from war.
More good news from Fort Stewart today as 200 more soldiers are back after a year's deployment in Iraq.
www.topix.net /city/fort-stewart-ga   (553 words)

 FEMP New Technologies: Fort Stewart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Based on the measured performance, the Seahorse gas hot water conversion technology demonstrated at Fort Stewart was estimated to net a life-cycle energy cost-savings of $778 for a typical residence at that site with a hot water consumption equivalent to 64.3 gallons/day of 135°F water.
After analysis, the cost savings were not enough to offset the initial estimated installation costs of $835 at the Fort Stewart location.
A comparison of the Seahorse performance with more typical tank-type gas water heaters suggests that the installed Seahorse system at Fort Stewart performed at roughly the same level of efficiency as a typical 40- gallon gas water heater with an energy factor of 0.54, the minimum efficiency level allowed for installation at a Federal site.
www.eere.energy.gov /femp/technologies/techdemo_comp3.cfm   (1307 words)

 Fort Stewart Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Stewart has it all: size, terrain, climate, and location.
It's close to the East Coast, and two deep water ports: Savannah and Charleston, S.C. Tank, field artillery, helicopter gunnery and small arms ranges operate simultaneously throughout the year with little time lost to bad weather.
In many ways, Fort Stewart appeared to be almost a ghost town, as never before has the entire Division been deployed form the post at one time.
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Last Modified: 2/9/2005 1:24:32 PM FORT STEWART, Ga. (AP) -- Two Fort Stewart soldiers were killed in Iraq when a roadside bomb exploded, hitting their patrol vehicle.
Torres, 23, of Fort Worth, Texas, had been looking forward to his girlfriend, who is five weeks pregnant, giving birth to their first child.
The Army said Bayow, 42, was from Colonia, on the island of Yap in the Federated States of Micronesia.
www.11alive.com /news/news_article.aspx?storyid=58727   (230 words)

 Flower Delivery Fort Stewart GA Georgia |Order Fort Stewart Flowers Online | Online Florist | Flower Shop
Fort Stewart, GA Georgia flower delivery is a service provided by Wesley Berry Flowers since 1946.
Send Fort Stewart, GA Georgia florist greetings to any city or state with a Fort Stewart local florist.
Fort Stewart Thanksgiving flowers, and Fort Stewart Christmas flowers sent near or far.
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 Two soldiers from Fort Stewart killed in Iraq | ajc.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
David J. Brangman, 20, of Lake Worth, Fla., who was with the 2nd Battalion, 69th Armor Regiment based at Fort Stewart, died Sunday in Uvanni, Iraq, when a mortar round struck his vehicle.
Salie was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 69th Armor Regiment at Fort Benning.
The couple have three children — Chyna, 11, a student at Fort Benning's Faith Middle School; a 6-year-old son Luke, a student at Stowers Elementary; and 2-year-old son Hunter.
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 Fort Stewart Georgia Real Estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Fort Stewart is located in Liberty County, strategically close to area industry and major transportation routes.
Stewart, Georgia - the largest military installation east of the Mississippi River - is home to the
Current strength at Ft. Stewart is 18,077 total military, 24,523 military dependents, and 3,107 civilian employees.
www1.relocate-america.com /states/ga/cities/fort_stewart.htm   (400 words)

 CNN.com - Army secretary vows improvements at Fort Stewart - Oct. 25, 2003
The Army acknowledged problems at Fort Stewart after the complaints became public earlier this week.
Of the 633 soldiers on medical hold at Fort Stewart because of illness or injury, 405 were hurt or sickened while deployed to the Persian Gulf region, according to the Army News Service.
The people at Fort Stewart did what they could with what they had, but the Army has more assets and we'll focus those assets to solve any problems we've found here."
www.cnn.com /2003/US/10/25/fort.stewart.probe   (596 words)

 georgia.gov - Community of Fort Stewart
Region 12 » Liberty County » Community of Fort Stewart
Liberty County was created in 1777 from the colonial parishes of St. Andrews, St. James, and St. John.
The county's name honors Lyman Hall and Button Gwinnett of Midway, who were Georgia's first delegates to the Continental Congress and signers of the Declaration of Independence.
fortstewart.georgia.gov   (69 words)

 Quality Inn At Fort Stewart - Discount Hotel Rooms at Orbitz
Discover the Best Western Fort Stewart Inn & Suites, a tropical hideaway "so close to everything, yet so far away".
The Best Western Fort Stewart Inn and Suites features free high speed internet access in all rooms and is the closest hotel to Fort Stewart Army Base, less than ' mile away.
The hotel is located minutes away from the Ft. Stewart Army Base and 30 minutes South of Savannah.
www.orbitz.com /hotel-info/GA/QI-GA469.html   (268 words)

 Fort Stewart Index
If you need support and would like to contact the Family Assistance Center at Fort Stewart, call ACS toll free at 1-877-433-6114, or at Hunter Army Airfield, 1-877-896-8647.
Family members who desire information about Operation Iraqi Freedom war casualties at Fort Stewart and HAAF, call the Casualty Operations number at 1-800-557-7408.
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield managers would like to hear from you!
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 Fort Stewart Information
A utility clearing house is located in the Fort Stewart Welcome Center 9:00am-4:00pm Mon.-Fri.
I hope that you've found this information helpful in relocating to the Fort Stewart/Hinesville area.
If you need addition information on Fort Stewart or Hinesville Georgia, please write to me at:
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 Fort Stewart
At 279,270 acres, Fort Stewart is the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River.
Around 15,500 soldiers are stationed at this base near the Georgia coast, with an additional 3,500 civilian employees.
Air support is provided by Hunter Army Airfield, a 5,400 acre airbase with the Army's longest runway, located near Savannah, eight miles from Fort Stewart.
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 Coldwell Banker Holtzman, Realtors :: Real Estate Services for Hinesville, Fort Stewart, Liberty County, Georgia and ...
By clicking the graphic to the left, you’ll be able to view a streaming video of the Hinesville / Fort Stewart area.
Classes are held on Monday and Thursday from 6-10 PM at 730 General Stewart Way in the Coldwell Banker Holtzman, Realtors ® building in Hinesville, Georgia.
We have a number of homes, apartments, townhouses, and more for rent in Hinesville and around Fort Stewart.
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 Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA) Detailed Profile - travel and real estate info, jobs, hotels, hospitals, weather, schools, ...
Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA) Detailed Profile - travel and real estate info, jobs, hotels, hospitals, weather, schools, crime,...
Fort Stewart, GA residents, houses, and apartments details
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 GMH Military Housing : : Fort Stewart - Hunter Army Airfield   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
GMH Military Housing : : Fort Stewart - Hunter Army Airfield
GMH Military Housing L.L.C. was awarded a contract by the Army to privatize family housing at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, GA.
The first phase of the project will include construction of approximately 1868 new housing units, renovation of 1597 housing units and construction of multiple community centers.
www.gmhmilitaryhousing.com /fs-haa.htm   (116 words)

 Map of Fort Stewart, GA by MapQuest
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