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Fort Sill

noun
1.
a military reservation and U.S. Army training center in SW Oklahoma, N of Lawton; field artillery school.
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  • The young bucks on their return to the reservation, and feeling secure at Fort Sill had bragged about it.

    Little Pills, An Army Story Robert Henderson McKay
  • We camped at Stearn's ranch the first night out of Fort Sill.

    Little Pills, An Army Story Robert Henderson McKay
  • The commandant at Fort Sill seems to think they will, for he's got two companies out on the scout.

    Ted Strong's Motor Car Edward C. Taylor
  • Some time later he was ordered to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to attend the artillery school of fire.

    The Delta of the Triple Elevens William Elmer Bachman
  • It lived until we were back at Fort Sill some time, but that kind of life was too hard for it and it gave up the struggle.

    Little Pills, An Army Story Robert Henderson McKay
  • It disappeared one night while hanging outside of our tent at Fort Sill which was only a camp at that time.

    Little Pills, An Army Story Robert Henderson McKay
  • All about Fort Sill the bluffy heights looked down on pleasant little valleys.

    The Price of the Prairie Margaret Hill McCarter

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