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Post access rules changing for civilians
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FORT STEWART — Accessing Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield may take a little more time after Sept. 8 if your vehicle does not have a Department of Defense registration.
The directorate of emergency services stresses that drivers can expect delays for obtaining a temporary pass because of consolidation at Fort Stewart to a single location for issuing temporary vehicle passes.
Vehicles accessing Stewart-Hunter that do not have a DoD registration will need to get temporary passes. Gate 1, Fort Stewart’s main gate, will be the only location issuing temporary passes. At Hunter Army Airfield, Wilson and Montgomery gates will issue temporary passes.
The pass will be valid for one day only. To obtain the pass, the driver must have a valid driver’s licenses, proof of insurance and a valid vehicle registration or rental agreement. If all needed documentation is not provided, drivers will
not be given a temporary pass.
DoD identification card holders on temporary duty at Stewart-Hunter can obtain temporary passes for the number of days on their travel orders.
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