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Hunter Army Air Field Cemetery

Hunter Army Air Field Cemetery

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Published by CAP History Library
Georgia
Georgia

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Categories:Types, Research, Genealogy
Published by: CAP History Library on Oct 22, 2011
Copyright:Public Domain

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H
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VERVIEW
 
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 TEWART 
 
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OMMUNITIES
 
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United StatesDepartment of DefenseDepartment of theArmy
Prepared byDPWEnvironmentalBranchMarch 2006Fort Stewart Popular Report Series 4
 
Mission
 The mission of the Fort Stewart Environmental Branch is to support militarytraining by achieving and exceeding environmental, natural, and culturalresources stewardship and legal standards
Publication Information
 The first edition of this publication was written by Mr. Brian Greer, an in-tern with the Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education, Oak Ridge, Ten-nessee in 1999. The Series Editor was Mr. David McKivergan, ConsultingArchaeologist, Bregman & Co., Inc., Bethesda, Maryland. The current edi-tion of this publication was edited by Mr. Brian Greer, Consulting Archae-ologist, Universe Technologies, Frederick, Maryland.For Further Information concerning the Fort Stewart Environmental Pro-gram and this Document, please contact:
Directorate of Public WorksEnvironmental DivisionEnvironmental Branch (CRM)Building 11371557 Frank Cochran DriveFt. Stewart, Georgia 31314-4928(912) 767-0992/2010
 
Foreword
 To be better stewards of the public lands that we manage, Fort Stewart hasput together this booklet to provide some background into the many formercommunitities and cemeteries found across the installation. A thorough list-ing of known burials on post may be found in Mr. Wyman May’s
Fort Stewart Cemeteries 
and is available in local libraries. An electronic database of burialsfound on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield are available online athttp:///www.stewart.army.mil/ima/sites/directorates/DPW/fscr/default.asp. The United States Army is only the latest of a chain of many users of thisland. For thousands of years before us, people hunted, fished, and farmedthese soils. When you drive across the Installation and Hunter Army Airfield(HAAF) and see on of our cemeteries, you might pause and reflect upon those who preceeded you and their legacy, the very ground upon which you stand.

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