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ACOE AWARD WINNING INSTALLATION
won the 2004, 2005, 2006 , 2009, and 2012
and the
.
Our
is to provide equitable, effective and efficient management of the installation in
order to support mission readiness and execution, enable the well-being of Soldiers, Civilians and
Family Members, improve infrastructure, and preserve the environment.
Our
is to be to be a Community of Excellence for Armed Forces to Train, Deploy, Live, and
Raise a Family.
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ACOE
DEMOGRAPHICS
Family Housing Units
Land
284, 924 Acres
• 261,876 Acres, Training
Complex
• 59 Direct Fire Ranges
• 52 Indirect Fire Training
Areas
• 132 Training Areas
Privatized – 3,630
Hunter AAF
Railroads
23 Miles
Utilities
959 Miles
• Electric – 543 Miles
• Gas – 60 Miles
• Water/Sewer – 356 Miles
Barracks Capacity
(PP & WTU)
9,164 Soldier Capacity
40 Miles
50 Minutes
Roads (paved and unpaved)
922 Miles
Paved Area (excluding roads)
89.2 Million square yards
• 3,630 Family Units (2,932@ FS,
698 @ HAAF)
• 334 Single Soldier Units (FS Only)
Buildings
20.8 Million square feet
Supported Population
Ft Stewart
Community Partners
Include cities and towns in our surrounding
counties of : Liberty, Chatham, Bryan, Long, Evans
and Tattnall.
Liberty and Bryan County School Districts
Savannah-Chatham County Public School Districts
Liberty, Chatham and Bryan County Commissions
Hinesville Downtown Development Authority
Savannah Economic Development Authority
Military (AC/RC)
Full-Time Civ/Cont
Total Mil/Civ Pop:
24,669
6,153
30,822
AC Dependents
Retirees
Retired Dependents
Total Dep/Ret Pop:
36,778
13,436
39,106
89,320*
*Within a 40 Mile Radius
Total Population: 120,142
Source: Army Stationing and Installation Plan (ASIP)
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A Strategic
NationalASSET
Asset
STRATEGIC
NATIONAL
LOCATION
MAP COLOR
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UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS
• GREAT BUSINESS PRACTICES
 2012 COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF (CINC) AWARD FOR INSTALLATION
EXCELLENCE
• LARGEST ARMY INSTALLATION EAST OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER
 2012 ACOE AWARD
 284,924 ACRES
 2012 CHIEF OF STAFF AWARD OF EXCELLENCE IN LEGAL ASSISTANCE
 FORSCOM’S LARGEST “WITHIN THE FENCE” TRAINING
AREA
 2012 PRESIDENTIAL GREEN GOVERNMENT AWARD
 2012 SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION –
INSTALLATION AWARD
• PROVIDES TRAINING AND READINESS SUPPORT TO JOINT
WARFIGHTERS
 2012 US DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, CDC – WATER
FLUORIDATION QUALITY AWARD (FS & HAAF)
 MINIMAL ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITATIONS
 2011 ACOE - SUSTAINED EXCELLENCE AWARD
 ABILITY TO TRAIN 24/7/365
 2011 SECRETARY OF THE ARMY ENERGY AND WATER MANAGEMENT
AWARD, WATER CONSERVATION – INSTALLATION AWARD
 HOST GEORGIA GARRISON TRAINING CENTER
 2011, 2007 DEPT OF THE ARMY, SUSTAINABLE RANGE PROGRAM AWARD
 2011, 2005 DEPT OF THE ARMY, DIR OF LOGISTICS, PACKAGING AWARD
 HOST LARGEST HELICOPTER RESCUE UNIT IN THE
COAST GUARD
 2011, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2003 ARMY SUPERIOR UNIT AWARD (USAG
FS/HAAF)
 2009, 2006, 2005 AND 2004 CINC AWARD FOR INSTALLATION EXCELLENCE
 FIRE ALL 3ID WEAPONS PLUS JOINT BOMBING
(TOWNSEND BOMBING RANGE)
 2009, 2006, 2005 AND 2004 ACOE AWARDS
 2009, 2005 SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD
 3,300 SQ MILES SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
 2008, 2007 DEPT OF THE ARMY, DEPLOYMENT EXCELLENCE AWARD
• STRATEGIC LOCATION TO DEPLOY DoD FORCES
 2008, 2005 LODGING OF THE YEAR AWARD—HAAF LODGING
 HAAF CAN ACCOMMODATE 56 OF LARGEST AIRCRAFT IN
DoD INVENTORY AT ONE TIME

COMPREHENSIVE INSTALLATION STRATEGIC PLAN
• GREAT COMMUNITY RELATIONS
 EXTERNAL PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL COLLEGES AND JOINT-USE
WRIGHT ARMY AIRFIELD / MIDCOAST REGIONAL AIRPORT
 THREE RUNWAYS: 5,000, 5,020, AND 11,375 FEET
 ECONOMIC IMPACT = $4.9 BILLION
 FOUR SEA PORTS AVAILABLE
 COMMUNITY HERITAGE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
 LANDINGS MILITARY RELIEF FUND

STARBASE ACADEMY
 CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOLDIERS & FAMILY
MEMBERS
 ROUTINE MEETINGS OF REGIONAL INFORMATION SHARING FORUM
 LIBERTY COUNTY TRANSIT SYSTEM
 HINESVILLE MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE SUPPORT
 GEORGIA MILITARY ADVISORY COUNCIL SUPPORT
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WIDE ASSORTMENT OF CUSTOMERS
3rd Infantry Division
Military Police Det. (CID)
Winn Army Community Hospital & Clinics
DENTAC
Special Forces Recruiting Team
188th Inf. Brigade (USAR)
92nd Engineer Battalion
385th Military Police Battalion
95th Maintenance
38th Ordnance Det. (EOD
NCO Academy
US Army Material Command
Ga Garrison Tng Center (GA NG)
82nd Civil Affairs Battalion
83rd Chemical Battalion
15th US Air Force Support Operations Squadron
Defense Printing Office
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office
Midcoast Regional Airport
Army/Air Force Exchange Service
Defense Commissary Agency
American Red Cross
30th
1/75 Ranger Regiment
3/160 SOAR
224th MI Battalion
902nd MI Det.
AMCOM Reg. Aviation Sustainment Maintenance
US Army Audit Agency
6th Brigade, 1st ROTC
117th Air control Squadron (GA ANG)
165th Airlift Command (GA ANG)
2d Beach & Terminal Ops Co (USMC)
US Coast Guard Air Station Sav’h
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AGENDA
9 to 9 :15 a.m.
Command Welcome, SFC Paul R. Smith Education Center Auditorium
9:15 to 10:10 a.m.
Team Stewart Command Brief, SFC Paul R. Smith Education Center Auditorium
10:20 to 11:40 a.m.
3rd Battalion, 7th Inf. Regiment Static displays
11:45 to 12:45
Lunch at Vanguard DFAC with Soldiers
1 to 2:15 p.m.
Virtual Training Facility (VTF)
2:30 to 3 p.m.
Tour of Warriors Walk
3 p.m.
Departure
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