The Fort Sill Apache Tribe is based in Oklahoma But the federal government in 2011 designed a 30acre parcel between Las Cruces and Deming as the tribes reservation The tribe first acquired the land in 1998. Officials say at 248 pm Thursday, the body of Staff Sergeant David Lee Hawkins was recovered by Fort Sill firefighters and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol rescue including an interactive map showing low water crossings and hazardous. Their patrols yielded many maps until the fort was finally abandoned in early spring 1870 The Buffalo Soldiers were onsite in January 1869 as Maj Gen Philip H Sheridan staked out the site that today is Fort Sill, in southwestern. The project helps Fort Sill save water and money, because it will eventually purchase less drinking water from Lawton, Waters said The Journal Record httpbitly1YV7EsY reports that Oklahoma Water to create a road map to use. The Army webpage has an interactive map showing all HBCTs will be stationed on Fort Bliss The BRAC also recommended the relocation of the Air Defense Artillery ADA School and Center from Fort Bliss to Fort Sill,. Officials with the Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday that temporary shelters for immigrant minors, including the one at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, will be suspended In May and early June, HHSs Administration for. A group of Oklahoma lawmakers is urging President Obama to reconsider using Fort Sill to house unaccompanied minors US Senator Jim Inhofe and all five of Oklahomas US House members are opposing the decision by the. OKLAHOMA CITY The US Army artillery post in southwest But Capitol Hill offices, citing Pentagon estimates, say Fort Sill will lose roughly 116 military positions and 290 civilian jobs but gain 834 activeduty military personnel for. FORT SILL, Okla The future of the militarys defense against drones is being developed right here in Oklahoma Officials in Fort Sill are working to to find out whether drones can be knocked out of the battlefield sky with lasers Two years of.