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  1. Michelle

    I’ve never been to Ft. Campbell but Ft. Stewart for most is either a big hit or major miss! If you like the small town and historical southern sites, this will be a great place for you! The local town is pretty much supported by the base and the next larger cities/towns are 1-2 hours away (Savannah is 1hr with traffic, Jacksonville, FL is 2 hrs, and Statesboro is 1hr). Like most bases, the area directly outside of the main gate is a bit sketchy at times but other than that, it is pretty much a safe place to have a family. I invite you to join the Facebook page Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield Spouses (https://www.facebook.com/groups/332111390223465/); a great resource to making local friends and learning more about the area.

    If you are looking to go to college, please start now in searching for online schools or at least accepting that if the Education center’s colleges can’t get you where you want to be; traveling is a must for school. Here is their link: http://www.stewart.army.mil/info.asp?e=EDU. As for the children, I have heard nothing but positive reviews of the IEP programs on post. Here is another link to EFMP at Stewart (https://www.facebook.com/Fort.Stewart.Hunter.EFMP)

    I am not going to say every duty station is what you make of it, because I HATE hearing people say that. What I will say is, if you are looking for a stable support system, highly consider living on post. I looked it up and these are the houses you would be eligible for : http://www.fortstewartfamilyhousing.com/neighborhoods/find-a-home/?rank=1110&bedrooms=4. Liberty Woods and Southern Oaks are the newer homes while North and South Bryan are older (but renovated on the inside so please do not let that deter you). Good luck on your PCS!

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