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August is Army Antiterrorism Month

Antiterrorism is everyone's responsibility. Complacency, if present, provides our adversaries with opportunities to attack Soldiers, Civilians, contractors, Family Members and retirees. Recognizing threat indicators and sustaining a strong defensive posture is the best way to prevent terrorist acts and protect Army critical assets.

July 27, 2017 | Lt. Gen. Kenneth R. Dahl Commander, US Army IMCOM | News4U


As the summer arrives, so too does the transition of our military and civilian work forces and their Families. We would like to take this time to address the proper procedures to access either Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield.

June 08, 2017 | Arthur L. Weston Chief, DES Security Division | News4U

Ask the Judge

March 16, 2017 | Capt. Elizabeth “Grace” Smitham, Pfc. Ashanti B. Wallace Fort Stewart Office of the Staff Judge Advocate | News4U

Ask the Judge

Tax filing season is underway! The Marne Tax Centers at Hunter Army Airfield and Fort Stewart specialize in military federal and state tax assistance including electronic filing for all active duty military and retired personnel and their dependent Family Members. In order to provide the best possible service to all eligible individuals, here is a list of recurring questions to help you prepare for your visit to one of the Marne Tax Centers.

March 03, 2017 | Spc. Robert J. Glassmire Marne Tax Center | News4U

SJA talks immigration, naturalization

Q: Judge, I have some questions about my spouse's immigration status. Where can I get some legal advice?

February 02, 2017 | Russell H. Putnam, Jr. Senior Civilian Legal Assistance Attorney | News4U

Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation now accepting scholarship applications

Are you a college bound and community-minded resident at Fort Stewart Family Homes, Hunter AAF Homes or Marne Point Apartments? If so, you're the achiever we're looking for. Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2017/2018 academic year and is looking to recognize both current and aspiring college students looking to make a difference both in and out of the classroom.

January 25, 2017 | Courtesy Balfour Beatty Communities | News4U

DES Corner

Christmas is shortly upon use, Families on Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield will be enjoying giving and receiving gifts for the holiday season. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, about one million people across America will be getting drones for Christmas.

December 02, 2016 | Special to the Frontline | News4U

Ask the Judge

Driving under the influence can be charged based on the use of alcohol, illegal drugs or over-the-counter drugs that impair your ability to drive. The legal blood alcohol limit in Georgia is .08.

November 18, 2016 | Office of the Staff Judge Advocate | News4U

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"There's Hell, and then there's probate," said protection guru J.J. Childers, who summed up many peoples' opinions of navigating the probate process. It can be time-consuming, frustrating, expensive, and can even cause family strife or what I like to call, probate civil war. The following is a very rudimentary look at what you can expect in the probate process. The hope is that at the very least you will know some of the right questions to ask when beginning to tread the long and winding road that is probate.

October 28, 2016 | Capt. Matthew R. Kisil Fort Stewart Office of the Staff Judge Advocate | News4U

Ask the Judge

Q - Hey judge, I've just received notice that the QMP Board will be reviewing my file for possible involuntary separation. What's going on?

August 25, 2016 | Jennifer Taylor Whittington Fort Stewart Legal Assistance Officer | News4U

Ask the Judge

Q - Hey judge, what do I need to know about divorce?

August 18, 2016 | Kira Willis Fort Stewart LAO Intern | News4U

Ask the Judge

Q - Hey, Judge, I'd like to buy a used car. How can I make sure that I am being treated fairly?

August 11, 2016 | Capt. Kalin P. Schlueter Fort Stewart Legal Assistance Office | News4U

Ask the Judge

Q - Hey Judge, my first sergeant told us a "FLIPL" would be started if any of our unit's equipment went missing – What is that?

August 04, 2016 | Capt. Christopher Cusmano Legal Assistance Branch | News4U

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A Soldier in your unit is being court-martialed. If that happens, your unit is responsible for making sure a few very vital tasks are accomplished. Remember, your battle buddy is innocent until proven guilty. The Soldier being court-martialed is called an "accused." As a fellow Soldier in the accused's unit, you may be tasked to fulfill one of the important duties discussed below.

July 21, 2016 | Capt. Marissa R. Zator, Sgt. 1st Class Frederick Claro Military Justice Division, Office of the SJA | News4U

Ask the Judge

Q: Hey, Judge, I'd like to buy a used car. How can I make sure that I am being treated fairly?

July 14, 2016 | Capt. Philip L. Aubart Fort Stewart Legal Assistance Office | News4U

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