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3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade
03/24/2020

3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade

Here’s some info on entitlements for Soldiers and Families who may have been affected by the COVID-19 stop move during a PCS. If you have questions make sure to ask them during the 3rd Sustainment Brigade Q&A on our page tomorrow at 7 p.m. or call the point of contact at the bottom of this infographic.

3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade
03/23/2020

3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade

Providers,

Check out the hours for the DFACs below and the shuttle schedule. The shuttle will pick up Soldiers at the Marne Bistro parking lot and transport them to the Thunder DFAC.

City of Hinesville Government
03/21/2020

City of Hinesville Government

URGENT:

The City of Hinesville has declared a Local State of Emergency, effective Saturday, March 21 beginning at 3 p.m.

To read the press release about the declaration, please visit https://www.cityofhinesville.org/DocumentCenter/View/3098/COH-COVID-19-Local-State-of-Emergency-NR

We have posted a copy of the declaration below. The Local State of Emergency states that the following shall be adhered to or advised until Sunday, April 5, at which point the COVID-19 situation will be reevaluated.

1. That the City Manager shall activate emergency operations plans implicated by this Order and as laid out in the published document URGENT AND IMMEDIATE CHANGES TO CITY OF HINESVILLE OPERATIONAL HOURS;

2. As determined by the City Manager, to the extent possible, City employees should begin teleworking remotely from home;

3. That all gyms and fitness centers, movie theaters, live performance venues, bowling alleys, and arcades shall be closed;

4. That all bars and nightclubs open for on-premise consumption of alcohol shall be closed.

5. That restaurants and other eating and drinking establishments where food is served, may continue preparing and offering food to customers via delivery service, drive-through, or takeout; provided, however, that cafeterias in hospitals, nursing homes, hospice centers, or similar facilities shall not be subject to these restrictions and may continue normal operations;

6. Funerals consisting of more than 10 mourners are encouraged to conduct graveside services only or postpone to a future date;

7. The City of Hinesville issues a recommendation to the faith community for the suspense of in-church services and the utilization of online or streaming options. If electronic delivery of services is not possible, maintaining strict adherence to CDC’s social distancing guidelines of no groups larger than 10 and keeping at least 6 feet between individuals;

8. This Declaration shall take effect 3:00 pm on Saturday, March 21, 2020; and

9. This Declaration shall expire on April 5, 2020 unless otherwise amended, extended, or canceled by the Mayor.

We encourage Hinesville residents to familiarize themselves with the CDC’s guidelines on evaluating symptoms and contacting their healthcare providers. Please contact your healthcare provider or the local Urgent Care offices if you begin to feel ill or believe you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

If you are experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19, please DO NOT arrive at the hospital, your provider’s office or Urgent Care offices without calling. You may also call the Georgia COVID-19 Hotline at 1.844.442.2681.

If you are experiencing symptoms such as chest pains, please call 911.

The COVID-19 situation is a very fluid one - with lots of new information coming in daily, sometimes hourly. As the situation changes, as it inevitably will, the City will continue to share information via social media pages, New Flash alerts and the COVID-19 webpage.

If you would like to sign up for news alerts from the City of Hinesville, visit cityofhinesville.org/list.aspx.

Additional information regarding COVID-19 will be shared as it becomes available via the City’s website and social media accounts. Please visit our COVID-19 page for the latest information out of the City of Hinesville as it relates to our response to the COVID-19 situation in Georgia. For more information, please contact Whitney Morris – Reed, Public Relations Manager, at [email protected].

3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade
03/20/2020

3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade

Providers,

Do you know the difference between social distancing, quarantine and isolation? Make sure you’re checking with your leadership if you feel you may have symptoms for further guidance and practice social distancing as much as possible.

03/16/2020
3rd Infantry Division

3rd Infantry Division

As many of you are aware, COVID-19 is continuing to develop in the United States. The 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield and local communities are monitoring COVID-19 daily and will continue to push out updates. For additional information from the 3rd Infantry Division command team, check out this video.

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03/14/2020
24th Ordnance Soldiers benefited from today’s safety stand down. In addition to the classes, the Military Family Life Co...
03/07/2020

24th Ordnance Soldiers benefited from today’s safety stand down. In addition to the classes, the Military Family Life Counselor gave out important information about counseling services that are available to Soldiers and their families at Fort Stewart.

Last week’s happenings in 24th Ordnance Company: SGT McGhee and SSG Gonzalez are recognized by 264th CSSB leadership at ...
02/29/2020

Last week’s happenings in 24th Ordnance Company: SGT McGhee and SSG Gonzalez are recognized by 264th CSSB leadership at the National Training Center and SGT Laurent re-enlisted for another contract!

24th OD Soldiers getting after Personnel Readiness at S1 this week. Last week, a crate that had the new ACFT equipment w...
02/25/2020

24th OD Soldiers getting after Personnel Readiness at S1 this week.

Last week, a crate that had the new ACFT equipment was recycled into a sand table for training and briefing purposes.

24th OD February 2020 FRG Newsletter. MAG platoon returns soon, with more experience and training!
02/25/2020

24th OD February 2020 FRG Newsletter. MAG platoon returns soon, with more experience and training!

Command Maintenance started off this morning with a short class on battery PMCS taught by SSG Lester, followed by Soldie...
12/02/2019

Command Maintenance started off this morning with a short class on battery PMCS taught by SSG Lester, followed by Soldiers conducting checks on their vehicles.

24th OD learned about stress management and domestic abuse reporting procedures this morning.
11/01/2019

24th OD learned about stress management and domestic abuse reporting procedures this morning.

09/05/2019
Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield

Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield

In preparation of tonight's Tropical Storm Winds associated with Hurricane Dorian, ensure that lawn furniture, toys, landscaping equipment and any other items that can become projectiles are secured this evening. Also ensure that you're prepared for losses of electrical power, telephone service, etc.

Installation residents are advised to remain in their homes until the storm has passed. If you must travel, be alert for debris and downed power lines on roadways. Do not drive through water of unknown depth on roads; turn around and find a different route. Gates 1, 4, and 5 are open for in- and out-bound traffic to all ID card holders 24 hours a day.

Emergency services will continue to respond during the storm; call 911 for life-threatening emergencies.

To report power outages in on-post housing or to call in a maintenance emergency, please contact the Balfour Beatty work order hotline, 912-408-2466 at Stewart and 912-459-2147 at Hunter.

For standing water, downed power lines, or downed trees call Public Works, 912-767-2883 at Stewart and 912-315-4003 at Hunter.

Personnel who have evacuated under mandatory orders should remain in their safe havens until directed to return.

#HurricaneDorian 3rd Infantry Division Hunter Army Airfield

09/02/2019

Due to the possibility of extreme weather conditions associated with Hurricane Dorian, the Liberty County School System will be closed for both staff and students Tuesday, September 3, 2019 through Thursday, September 5, 2019. This cancellation includes all athletic and after school activities. Staff and students should plan to report back to work and school on Friday, September 6, 2019 unless notified otherwise. The latest information will be communicated through the district automated phone/email alert system, district website, and LCSS Facebook and Twitter pages.
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Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield
08/31/2019

Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield

The Governor declared a state of emergency across 12 counties yesterday afternoon throughout Coastal Georgia, including Bryan, Chatham, Liberty, and Long. This declaration allows the state to address preparation, response and recovery activities for Hurricane Dorian and institutes price gouging regulations.

Leadership is monitoring Hurricane Dorian and the possible impacts the storm may have on Coastal Georgia. While the path of the storm is still unpredictable Soldiers, Families and Civilian workers are encouraged to go over their individual preparation plans.

Remember this Facebook account and the Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield Twitter account are the only official sources of information for hurricane updates. 3rd Infantry Division Hunter Army Airfield

08/31/2019
Marne 6

Marne 6 sends on Hurricane Dorian.

Marne Soldiers and Families –

Leadership is monitoring Hurricane Dorian and the possible impacts the storm may have on Coastal Georgia. While we are not in the current projected path of the storm, hurricanes are unpredictable and Soldiers, Families and Civilian workers are encouraged to go over their individual preparation plans.

The Governor declared a state of emergency across 12 counties yesterday afternoon throughout Coastal Georgia, including Bryan, Chatham, Liberty, and Long. This declaration allows the state to address preparation, response and recovery activities for Hurricane Dorian and institutes price gouging regulations.

Please continue to monitor the Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield Garrison social media pages for official updates on Hurricane Dorian.

The storm is currently projected to make landfall on Monday as many of you are returning to the Fort Stewart area at the end of a long weekend. Plan extra time for any delays in returning and ensure that you take extra care in arriving safely.

We will continue to update you as the situation develops. Have a great weekend, we are Dog Faced Soldiers. Rock of the Marne!

– Marne 6

Georgia 511
08/31/2019
Georgia 511

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08/29/2019
Yesterday’s promotions for 6 outstanding Soldiers! Detonate!
08/16/2019

Yesterday’s promotions for 6 outstanding Soldiers!

Detonate!

Soldiers with children starting school today have PRT off. See at 0930 formation. #firstday #education #nobullying
08/05/2019

Soldiers with children starting school today have PRT off. See at 0930 formation.
#firstday #education #nobullying

Commander's Cup Flag Football League Registration
08/05/2019
Commander's Cup Flag Football League Registration

Commander's Cup Flag Football League Registration

Commander's Cup Flag Football League Registration Adult Sports (FS/HAAF) - Newman Fitness Center 215 W. 6th St. Bldg 439 Fort Stewart 31314 Google Map Adult Sports (FS/HAAF) Newman Fitness Center 215 W. 6th St. Bldg 439 Fort Stewart 31314 Registration for the Commander's Cup 7v7 Flag Football League...

Hinesville Police Department
08/04/2019

Hinesville Police Department

Remember the new school year begins tomorrow morning for Liberty County schools. We would like to remind everyone about Georgia’s law regarding stopping for school buses loading or unloading children.

24th conducted the Army Physical Fitness Test this morning. Go Bullets!
07/30/2019

24th conducted the Army Physical Fitness Test this morning. Go Bullets!

Summer time is coming to an end. It’s almost time to go back to school.
07/29/2019

Summer time is coming to an end.
It’s almost time to go back to school.

24th OD Soldiers training on building fighting positions. Thanks to the early morning rain, the ground was softened and ...
07/25/2019

24th OD Soldiers training on building fighting positions. Thanks to the early morning rain, the ground was softened and made the event that much more enjoyable. If it ain’t raining, we ain’t training!

U.S Army W.T.F!  moments
07/23/2019

U.S Army W.T.F! moments

Don't let your mask define you! Please reach out to someone.

800-273-8255 - Suicide Hotline
888-663-3239 - Addiction Hotline
800-931-2237 - Eating Disorder Hotline
800-334-4357 - Self Harm Hotline
800-656-4673 - National Assault Hotline
800-222-1222 - Poison Control Hotline
800-799-7233 - National Domestic Violence Hotline
877-565-8860 - Transgender Suicide Hotline

Text VETS or CONNECT to 741741

3rd Infantry Division Command Sergeant Major
07/22/2019

3rd Infantry Division Command Sergeant Major

Some old words of wisdom from Sgt. Maj. of the Army Dailey's top 10 to Sgt. Maj’s in his own words:

No. 1. Yelling doesn’t make you skinny. PT does.
If you’re not out there saluting the flag every morning at 6:30, you can automatically assume your Soldiers are not. Soldiers don’t care if you’re in first place. They just want to see you out there. This is a team sport.

PT might not be the most important thing you do that day, but it is the most important thing you do every day in the United States Army. The bottom line is, wars are won between 6:30 and 9.

No. 2. Think about what you’re going to say before you say it.

I’ve never regretted taking the distinct opportunity to keep my mouth shut.
You’re the sergeant major. People are going to listen to you.

By all means, if you have something important or something informative to add to the discussion, then say it. But don’t just talk so people can hear you. For goodness sake, you’re embarrassing the rest of us. Sit down and listen. Sometimes you might just learn something.

No. 3. If you find yourself having to remind everyone all of the time that you’re the sergeant major and you’re in charge, you’re probably not.
That one’s pretty self-explanatory.

No. 4. You have to work very hard at being more informed and less emotional.

Sergeants major, I’ll put it in simple terms: Nobody likes a dumb loudmouth. They don’t.

Take the time to do the research. Learn how to be brief. Listen to people, and give everyone the time of day. Everyone makes mistakes, even sergeants major, and you will make less of them if you have time to be more informed.

No. 5. If you can’t have fun every day, then you need to go home.

You are the morale officer. You don’t have to be everyone’s friend, but you do have to be positive all the time. The sergeant major is the one everyone looks to when it’s cold, when it’s hot, when it’s raining, or things are just going south. Your job is to keep the unit together. That’s why you’re there. The first place they will look when things go bad is you, and they will watch your reaction.

No. 6. Don’t be the feared leader. It doesn’t work.
If Soldiers run the other way when you show up, that’s absolutely not cool.

Most leaders who yell all the time, they’re in fact hiding behind their inability to effectively lead.

Soldiers and leaders should be seeking you, looking for your guidance, asking you to be their mentors on their Army career track, not posting jokes about you on the 'Dufflebag blog'. That’s not cool. Funny, but it’s not cool.

No. 7. Don’t do anything — and I mean anything — negative over email.

You have to call them. Go see them in person. Email’s just a tool. It’s not a substitute for leadership. It’s also permanent.

You’ve all heard it. Once you hit ‘send,’ it’s official, and you can never bring it back. Automatically assume that whatever you write on email will be on the cover of the Army Times and all over Facebook by the end of the week. Trust me, I know this personally.

No. 8. It’s OK to be nervous. All of us are.
This happens to be my favorite. It came from my mother. My mom always used to tell me that if you’re not nervous on the first day of school, then you’re either not telling the truth, you either don’t care, or you’re just plain stupid. [Being nervous] makes you try harder. That’s what makes you care more.

Once that feeling is gone, once you feel like you have everything figured out, it’s time to go home, because the care stops.

Don’t do this alone. You need a battle buddy. You need someone you can call, a mentor you can confide in. Don’t make the same mistakes someone else has made. Those are the dumb mistakes. Don’t do this alone.

No. 9. If your own justification for being an expert in everything you do is your 28 years of military experience, then it’s time to fill out your 4187 [form requesting personnel action] and end your military experience.

Not everything gets better with age, sergeants major. You have to work at it every day. Remember, you are the walking textbook. You are the information portal. Take the time to keep yourself relevant.

No. 10. Never forget that you're just a Soldier.
That’s all you are. No better than any other, but just one of them.

You may get paid a little more, but when the time comes, your job is to treat them all fair, take care of them as if they were your own children, and expect no more from them of that of which you expect from yourself.

07/14/2019
Good things happen to those who stay out of trouble! Good Job SPC Franco 3 Years down many more to go.#BaseofthePyramid#...
07/11/2019

Good things happen to those who stay out of trouble! Good Job SPC Franco 3 Years down many more to go.
#BaseofthePyramid
#Heartoftherock

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Tomorrow the Air War Started in Desert Storm 1991 Many of those who came before you set High Standards .I look at your page from time to time May Your Generation be as Blessed as mine.Spc Watkins 416th Trans 260th Qm Hunter Army Airfield Retired
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Found this old photo of my change of command from 1992 after we had returned from Desert Shield/Storm!
24th Ordinance Desert Shield/Storm 1991
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CONGRATULATIONS to our newest Mech. In the making of the 24th ORD family. 0100 on 1July 2018 7lb 4oz 20" long. Brady Boyette
Best of luck to my brother Travis chaffer with his reenlistment today from 24th ORD #WEDOITALL