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Fort Stewart: US Army post in southeast Georgia
Fort Stewart is a census-designated place and United States Army post in the U.S. state of Georgia. It lies primarily in Liberty and Bryan counties, but also extends into smaller portions of Evans, Long and Tattnall counties. The population was 11,205 at the 2000 census. The nearby city of Hinesville, along with Ft. Stewart and the rest of Liberty and Long Counties, comprise the Hinesville metropolitan area. Many of Fort Stewart's residents are members of the 3rd Infantry Division.

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3 soldiers killed and 3 hurt in training accident at Fort Stewart

Three soldiers were killed and three others were injured during a training accident at Fort Stewart, an army base in Georgia. They were riding in a Bradley Fighting Vehicle. Tom Hanson reports.
CBS News - Published Also reported by •NYTimes.com

3 soldiers at Fort Stewart killed after military vehicle rolls into water

Military investigators are trying to find out what caused an armored vehicle to roll into water in Georgia, killing three soldiers. U.S. Army officials say the accident happened early Sunday during a..
CBS News - Published

3 US soldiers killed in crash at Fort Stewart in Georgia

3 us soldiers killed in crash at fort stewart in georgia
U.S. Army officials say three soldiers were killed and three others were injured when the armored vehicle they were riding in rolled over into water during training at Fort Stewart in Georgia...
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •NYTimes.com

3 soldiers die, 3 hurt in Army Fort Stewart training accident

After a Bradley Fighting Vehicle crashed, three Fort Stewart soldiers were pronounced dead at the scene; three more were evacuated to a hospital.
USATODAY.com - Published
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