Fort Sill is a base of the United States Army near Lawton, Oklahoma, about 85 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.
Today as the U.S. Army Field Artillery Center, Fort Sill remains the only active Army installation of all the forts on the South Plains built during the Indian wars. It serves as a nation historic landmark and home of the Field Artillery for the free world.
As of 2005, Major General David P. Valcourt is the Commanding General, Fort Sill.
Web Sites and Links
Association of the US Army - Lawton/Ft. Sill ChapterOverview, newsletter, events calendar, and membership information.
Fort SillOfficial site with calendars, events, family and community information, history, morale, welfare, and recreation, public affairs, web cams, staff directory and contact information.
Fort Sill CommissaryHours of operation, spotlighted news, services, floor plan, and contact information, with link to sales and specials.
Fort Sill MWRInformation about recreation, family services, clubs, and local events.
Reynolds Army Community HospitalClinic, department and provider information, maps, patient education, health calendar, contact information. Frames page.