Public Service Co. of Oklahoma and the U.S. Army work to boost Fort Sill’s power capabilities

The Army highlighted how the collaboration will benefit both the base and community.

Fort Sill, located about 85 miles southwest of Oklahoma City, is a hub of joint and multinational partnered training that covers almost 94,000 acres, including more than 80,000 acres of training land.

The base is home of the Fires Center of Excellence, which continually and progressively educates, trains, and inspires “Fires” soldiers and leaders and develops requisite capabilities to ensure current and future forces can accomplish their missions while providing unparalleled support to the Fort Sill Community.

Fort Sill is a designated National Historic Landmark and serves as home of the United States Army Field Artillery School as well as the Marine Corps’ site for Field Artillery Military Occupational Specialties school, United States Army Air Defense Artillery School, the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade and the 75th Field Artillery Brigade.

Article source: http://oklahoman.com/article/5666015/public-service-co-of-oklahoma-and-the-us-army-work-to-boost-fort-sills-power-capabilities

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