Fort Stewart is the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River. It covers 284,924 acres, which include parts of Liberty, Long, Bryan, Evans and Tattnall Counties. The reservation is about 32 miles across from east to west, and 17 miles from north to south. It is close to the East Coast, and four seaports: Savannah, Ga (42 miles), Charleston, SC (142 miles), Brunswick, GA (60 miles) and Jacksonville, FL (120 miles).
Hunter Army Airfield, covers about 5,400 acres and is also the home of the U.S. Coast Guard Station, Savannah – the largest helicopter unit in the Coast Guard. It provides Savannah and the Southeast United States with round-the-clock search-and-rescue coverage of its coastal areas.
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Air Field are ideally situated and resourced to support the training and deployability requirements of the 3rd Infantry Division.
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