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Benning soldiers greeted with flowers, banners in return from Afghanistan
ROBIN TRIMARCHI email@example.com Capt. Paul Janker hugs his wife, Capt.
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Armor chief Leopoldo Quintas leaving Fort Benning for Fort Bliss, Texas
Almost three months after his promotion to brigadier general and just seven months after arriving at Fort Benning to lead the U.S. Armor School, Brig.
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Stryker Master Trainer Course comes to JBLM
They rotated out in groups of four or five Soldiers each. The noncommissioned officers from the 3-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 7th Infantry Division, focused on the lesson at hand-mounting and dismounting a .50 caliber machine gun on a Stryker vehicle.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Control Team returns to Fort Benning from Afghanistan
A nine-month deployment to Afghanistan ends for the 497th Movement Control Team when 19 soldiers return to Lawson Army Airfield at Fort Benning.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
A 'momentous day': WHINSEC dedicates new campus
Mike Haskey firstname.lastname@example.org Hundreds gathered Wednesday morning in front of Bradley Hall at Fort Benning for a dedication ceremony for the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation's new campus.
Georgia officials scheduled to set tuition rates
The Auburn University Department of Public Safety & Security and the Auburn Police Division are investigating a threatening message found on campus.
The 6.5 -40 Cartridge
Mitch Shoffner decided to design a replacement for the venerable 5.56A-45mm cartridge used in M16 rifles and M4 carbines, the 6.5A-40mm , which would have the range of the much bigger 7.62A-51mm without being too big into the AR-15 platform: He has not been the first to try to improve the performance of the AR-15 family in this way.
National Library Week - Proclamation
WHEREAS, libraries on Fort Benning have historically helped change the lives of Soldiers, civilians, Family members, retirees and other customers; WHEREAS, Fort Benning libraries work to meet the changing needs of our Soldiers, civilians, Family members, retirees and other customers, including providing resources for everyone and bringing services ... (more)
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Rangers presented with awards for valor
Soldiers who served with the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, were presented with awards for their actions in Afghanistan in the fall of 2013 during a ceremony April 8 in McGinnis-Wickam Hall's Marshall Auditorium.
Volunteers honored for saving Fort Benning $2 million
After volunteering more than 1,000 hours last year to help soldiers and their families, retired Command Sgt.
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Former Army Sgt. Kyle J. White to receive Medal of Honor
Former Army Sgt. Kyle J. White will be awarded the Medal of Honor on May 13, 2014, the White House announced late Tuesday afternoon.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Atlanta Vietnam veterans to Honor Atlanta soldier
The Atlanta Vietnam Veterans Business Association announces the 2014 dedication of its Vietnam Memorial to honor the memory of Corporal Harry Kenneth Vaughan, U.S. Army, a native of the Hopewell Community and a graduate of Milton High School.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Ala woman reunites Ga soldier with lost journal
An Alabama woman has helped a Fort Benning soldier reclaim a writing journal he lost after being deployed to Afghanistan in 2003.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Fifty Years Ago Today, April 10, 1964
Relishing the role of interested bystanders, Southerners generally applauded the vote polled by Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama in his Wisconsin politicking.
Soldier surprises daughters with unexpected return
Diana Hendricks had seen videos of soldiers surprising their families with an unexpected return.
Post holds Holocaust remembrance service
Rabbi Beth Schwartz posed one question to Soldiers and civilians during the Holocaust Days of Remembrance commemorative service Monday.
Band performs at Fort Benning
The Fort Benning community was treated to a first-time concert featuring actor and musician Gary Sinise and the Lt.
Fort Benning marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Fort Benning leaders and community members from on and off post came together to pledge to continue fighting against sexual assault during a ceremony Friday in Derby Auditorium in McGinnis-Wickam Hall.
Hall of Heroes rededicated
"Love of America, love of freedom and love of life. That love never dies," said local author and surviving spouse Nicole DiCenzo, whose husband Capt.
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After the Wars: The other wounds
Army sniper James Crowell went to war 70 inches tall. He returned home an inch shorter and in constant pain, his spine compressed by the collective trauma of a rooftop fall, a Humvee accident and his heavy body armor, worn almost every day on four deployments.