After a three-month shutdown the Harry S Truman Education Center has reopened on a limited basis.

Summer classes are in session, but they are all virtual. The computer lab is available once more, but its traffic flow is vastly curtailed due to social distancing. Also, individuals are limited to one hour on their computer station.

Michael Dodds, chief of Fort Sill’s Education Services Division, said its location on the fifth floor of the Fort Sill Welcome Center, Building 4700 Mow-Way Road, reopened for customer service June 22.

“Prior to that we were closed because of the pandemic, and so we were offering services virtually,” he said.

In the initial stages of the shutdown, a soldier who needed to talk to a counselor could create a

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