Fleet Marine Life talks about Fort Sill National Bank, as does RipOffReport, and PissedConsumer. In a nutshell, it's a shitty bank that every recruit on Parris Island is set up with for their direct deposit. By funneling tens-of-thousands of captive recruits to this hellhole the USMC is damaging both troop welfare and mission accomplishment. Low-income troops losing money to needless fees hurts their focus as a fighting force, and poor finances can lead to someone losing their security clearance. FSNB = Fees-Fees-Fees For the privilege of having an account, they charge needless fees knowing full well you can't change your banking until your graduate, and a good portion of people do not do so right away because they don't want to spend part of family day at Navy Federal Credit Union opening an account. I have had two experiences with FSNB. Upon trying to close the account at MOS school they said I was overdrawn and charged me a fee for it. I sent them a check for the NSF overdraft, and