Gen. Edward Daly, Army Materiel Command commanding general, visits post leadership Feb. 24 to discuss the winter storm damage on Fort Sill.
Daly was shown water damage inside the Patriot General Instruction Facility and other structures.
He coordinated with  Maj. Gen. Ken Kamper, left behind Daly, Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill commanding general; and Col. Rhett Taylor, right behind Daly, Fort Sill Garrison commander; and all key personnel to coordinate resources into swift continued recovery efforts.
“If we are putting people first, then this is easy. I just came here to commend you all on the work you’ve done and to let you know you have all the support to make it happen,” said Daly.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gen. Edward Daly, Army Materiel Command commanding general, visits post leadership Feb. 24 to discuss the winter storm damage on Fort Sill.
Daly was shown water damage inside the Patriot General Instruction Facility and other structures.
He coordinated with Maj. Gen. Ken Kamper, left behind Daly, Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill commanding general; and Col. Rhett Taylor, right behind Daly, Fort Sill Garrison commander; and all key personnel to coordinate resources into swift continued recovery efforts.
“If we are putting people first, then this is easy. I just came here to commend you all on the work you’ve done and to let you know you have all the support to make it happen,” said Daly.
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Restoration experts take apart walls that received water damage inside the School Age Services (SAS) center at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The damage was initially contained after the storm so Soldiers and Department of the Army civilians could drop their children off at the center for before- and after-school care. The decision was made afterward to temporarily shut down SAS to make all the necessary fixes at once and fully restore the building.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Restoration experts take apart walls that received water damage inside the School Age Services (SAS) center at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The damage was initially contained after the storm so Soldiers and Department of the Army civilians could drop their children off at the center for before- and after-school care. The decision was made afterward to temporarily shut down SAS to make all the necessary fixes at once and fully restore the building.

(Photo Credit: Marie Pihulic)
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Corvias Property Management technicians, Directorate of Public Works, Directorate of Emergency Services, and a large number of additional contract restoration experts joined Team Sill Feb. 22, 2021, to help get post residents back into their homes after the winter storm.
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