28 Apr 2021 09:27
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield launch a new, interactive and streamlined newcomers orientation. It takes one quarter the time to complete and is accessible from any device, anywhere, anytime. Everyone can use the information on housing, finance, medical, child care, recreation and so much more. Check it out at: www.stewartandhunter.com
STEWART & HUNTER HOLIDAYS
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WANT TO GET MARNE MESSAGES?
To get the Marne Message if you do not have a Fort Stewart - Hunter Military Email Account visit the Team Stewart webpage home.army.mil/stewart If you have a Fort Stewart - Hunter Military Email Account and don't automatically get the Marne Message, you can request an account by sending an email to email@example.com Call (912) 435-9614 for more information.
IF YOU HAVE PCS'D:
If you have moved and are no longer assigned to Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield, follow these instructions to change your duty location.
- Go to Milconnect at https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect,
- Login, select the "My profile" tab, select "Update and View My Profile", select the tab that corresponds to your current role in DoD (i.e. Mil, CIV, CTR, etc.).
- On the duty installation drop down menu select your correct duty location.
- Your name will be removed from Marne Message distribution lists at the next scheduled update which is performed monthly.
- If you have any problems, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions, concerns, or problems, please call Public Affairs at (912) 435-9614.
ATTENTION: As we enter the political campaign season, our leadership at the highest levels remind us of DoD's long standing tradition to remain apolitical. For example, Soldiers and civilians may not engage in political activity while on duty (to include telework duty), in a Federal building, or while using government equipment. Political activity includes all political statements, whether verbal, via email, social media, or tweet. Active duty Soldiers are further prohibited from partisan political activity, such as wearing a uniform at a political rally or other activities that could associate DoD with a partisan political activity. While these employees may "follow" "friend" or "like" a political party or candidate running for partisan office, they may not post links to, "share" or "re-tweet" comments or tweets from the Facebook page or twitter account of a political party or candidate running for partisan office. All personnel will review the attached memorandum from the Under Secretaryof the Army, along with enclosures 2-4. These documents provide additional important details and guidance regarding permissible and impermissible political activities. Links below