A South Carolina man has started a Facebook group that has some officials on Fort Stewart cleaning up their acts.
The fate of a Fort Stewart soldier accused of slaying two fellow 3rd Infantry Division soldiers in Iraq last fall will now be determined by the highest of military courts.
Alissa Aguirre, 5, stood patiently in line as Anna-mime the Clown twisted and turned balloons into her favorite animal.
Anita VanderMolen may wear one uniform, but her job comes with many different titles.
Name: Rhonda Lawson Age: 35 Where are you from? "I was born in Biloxi, Miss., at Keesler Air Force Base, but home for me is in New Orleans. That is where I grew up." Family: "Yes, I have a 9-year-old daughter named Beautiful." What do you do? "I am a sergeant first class in the Army and I serve as a public affairs officer for the 3rd Sustainment Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division." Lawson ...
After more than a month of being without a command sergeant major, soldiers at Fort Stewart's Warrior Transition Battalion recently welcomed a new leader to its chain of command.
Steven Laboy sat next to his wife Sarah with one leg folded under the other on a double-stuffed couch at the Ronald McDonald house in Savannah on Friday night.
A black ribbon rested against the white door of the Walthourville City Hall on Thursday afternoon in honor of Liberty County's first African-American female mayor.
A 3rd Infantry Division soldier was sent to the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta earlier today after an army tow truck he was riding in caught fire and then exploded on the back gates of Fort Stewart.
Hot shell casings clanged against the metal frames of more than 20 gun trucks Friday as members of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team continued training at Fort Stewart in preparation for a July deployment to Iraq.
Explosions boomed through the air on Friday night as soldiers and their families gathered at Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field to celebrate the Army's 234th birthday.
For the first time in the 3rd Infantry Division's history, Fort Stewart soldiers will commemorate the Army's 234th birthday with one of the Army's oldest traditions to Hinesville.
Homeless coalition moves forward, becomes state recognized corporation Agencies that currently assist Liberty County's homeless population now have a formal place to share and gather information. On Monday, Secretary of State Karen Handel signed an article of incorporation, recognizing The Liberty County Homeless Coalition, as a certified Georgia non-profit organization. And on Tuesday, the coalition held its first official incorporated meeting, where members discussed the group's bylaws, nominated board members and purpose. "This will ...
Last month, officials at Fort Campbell, Ky., shut down the installation for three days so commanders could address the problems soldiers were having with combat-related stress.