Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield is the Army’s Premier Power Projection Platform on the East Coast; responsible for training, equipping, deploying, and redeploying, active and reserve component Army units; and it is home to the historic 3rd Infantry Division.

Stewart’s 288,000 acres provide unequaled joint training opportunities along the Eastern seaboard for all branches of the military.

Seven major drop zones, multiple tank and armored fighting vehicle gunnery ranges, helicopter gunnery ranges, small arms ranges and three live-fire maneuver areas contribute to the Department of Defense's ability to train joint forces on the east coast.

Hunter Army Airfield's location in Savannah plays a critical role in the post's deployment capabilities. The largest military aircraft can land at Hunter, load the biggest equipment in the Army inventory, and then deploy both equipment and Soldiers within an 18-hour wheels-up timeline to contingency operations anywhere in the world.

The People

Stewart-Hunter employs over 22,500 people making it one of the largest employers in Coastal Georgia. 18,500 full-time Soldiers, 4,000 Army civilian workers and contractors, and more than 18,000 military retirees call Stewart-Hunter communities home.

The Property

Over 9, 800 Soldiers, military, family members, and Army civilians reside on post. There are 3,404 family housing units, 334 unaccompanied housing units, and 6,177 barracks spaces. Stewart-Hunter comprises 22.4 million square feet of facilities totaling $7.5 billion.
 

The Community

Stewart-Hunter has a combined economic impact of $4.9 billion in Coastal Georgia. Military and civilian pay contribute
more than $1.4 billion to the economy. Retiree income adds an additional $164 million.
 

The Commitment

Stewart-Hunter is an Army Community of Excellence earning the Chief of Staff's top award 5 times from 2004 to 2015 for being the best place to live, train, work, and raise a family.  The installations earned the Bronze award in 2018.
 

 

 

Stewart-Hunter priorities are set by the Senior Commander. First, our community must be ready for war. Second, we must have an installation that can support our Soldiers and Families. Finally, the relationship with our communities must be second to none.