More than 250 troopers with the 6th squadron, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division received their silver spurs and induction into the "Order of the Spur" during a ceremony Wednesday at the unit motor pool.
FORT BENNING - More than 100 Fort Benning soldiers are signing up for more time in the Army - and they're doing it all at once.
First lady Michelle Obama announced Wednesday a new component of the Joining Forces initiative that aims to provide 15,000 jobs to military spouses and veterans by 2014.
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Fort Stewart, GA - On March 27, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed legislation that outlaws all forms of synthetic marijuana, or "spice," in the state of Georgia. Effective immediately, purchasing, possessing, selling or distributing any variation of synthetic marijuana is a felony in Georgia.
On March 30, the MACE Drug Task Force received information about a soldier who allegedly was growing marijuana at his Berkshire Terrace Apartments residence in Hinesville, according to MACE Capt. James C. Reid.
A briefing on the 3rd Infantry Division's role in Afghanistan and an exercise in battlefield medical aid were highlights of activity Tuesday on Fort Stewart.
FORT STEWART, Ga. - Dominique Clark, a young award-winning author, a standout first-grade student, and the son of Sgt. Bonnie Clark, a human resources specialist assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, Third Infantry Division, heads off to another day at school where he has developed a sound reputation as being an aspiring author.
In press releases and ads, colleges love boasting they're "military friendly" and "veterans friendly" - and that isn't just because veterans are usually good students and campus leaders.
Fort Stewart defense contractor Anthony McCutchen, 37, of Ludowici, recently won $75,000 in a March 18 KENO! drawing.
It's called a TOW, which stands for tube-launched, optically-tracked, wire-guided. Oh, and by the way: It's a missile.
After completing a two-day evaluation exercise last week, engineer squads with the 92nd Engineer's "Black Diamonds" Battalion took the quickest means of transportation to get home.
The squad, along with its two fire teams, is the Army's smallest - but most important - unit.