There is still time for area Vietnam veterans to sign up for the upcoming Vietnam Veteran Honors program set for 2 p.m. April 29 at Tattnall County High School on Highway 23 in Reidsville.
Supporters waving American flags greeted more than 100 cyclists who rode into Richmond Hill Tuesday afternoon in a ride described as freeing for disabled veterans and first responders.
U.S. Army Pvt. Kristopher B. Magby has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Jackson, Georgia.
A gun-wielding man wreaked havoc at the Army Education Center Thursday morning, running through the lobby and shooting everyone he saw.
If your listen to a scanner and it goes crazy Thursday morning, it's probably only a drill.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., and David Perdue, R-Ga., today announced the U.S. Army will locate a new Security Force Assistance Brigade at Fort Benning, bringing approximately 500 new troops to the Columbus area by October.
Once synonymous with Fort Stewart, the "Taro Leaf" will make a comeback of sorts when veterans of the 24th Infantry Division and Desert Storm gather Feb. 24-28 to commemorate the division's role in the 1991 war to liberate Kuwait.
Pembroke Advanced Communications has announced the extension of its Cell Phones for Soldiers phone collection campaign through March.
Fort Stewart and the 3rd Infantry Division will be getting a new commander, possibly this spring.
The Pentagon has announced the next commander of the 3rdInfantry Division and Fort Stewart.
Cadet Maj. Tatiana Baker, a senior JROTC cadet at Richmond High School, was among the cadets who volunteered to participate in the Wreaths for Warriors Walk 10th Anniversary Ceremony at Fort Stewart Dec. 17. During the ceremony, wreaths were laid at the foot of trees planted in honor of 3rd Infantry Division soldiers killed in the war on terror.
Even after 56 years of service, Howard Bullard didn't want a retirement ceremony.
Wreaths for Warriors Walk held its 10th annual wreath-laying ceremony Saturday under sunny skies before an estimated 300 people at Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field.
The U.S. Army and Georgia Power cut a ribbon Friday on a new 250-acre solar farm on Fort Stewart that is expected to ultimately provide almost a third of the post's electricity each year.
In a sense, not much has changed in the decade since Bruce Muncher and retired Army Lt. Col. Tony Justi founded Wreathes 4 Warriors Walk, which will hold its 10th annual wreath laying at noon Saturday on Fort Stewart.
Like many over the decades, Wyman May relocated to Hinesville because of the Army.
The public is invited to visit area military cemeteries with the Fort Stewart Historic Communities Council semiannual meeting and spring cemetery visit on April 20.
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