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.
Most people know what happened at Pearl Harbor from history books but Glover Manning Jr. was actually there.
The Army will convert the 3rd Infantry Division's 2nd Brigade Combat Team to an Armor Brigade Combat Team, it was announced Wednesday in multiple press releases.
For the first time, the Society of the Third Infantry Division will host the Division Ball at the conclusion of Marne Week festivities for soldiers, their families, veterans and Army civilians on Nov. 18.
Veterans Day in an Army town is always kind of special.
Retired 1st Sgt. Toby Knight served in three infantry divisions during his 26 years in the Army - the 101st, the 4th and the 3rd.
Veterans Day in Liberty County got off to an early start this year, as Hinesville's fourth annual Veterans Salute promised a good time Saturday to those who attended.
Hinesville was designated as a Purple Heart City Thursday that "appreciates the sacrifices that our Purple Heart recipients made in defending our freedom, and believe it is important that we acknowledge them for their courage and show them the honor and support that they have earned," according to a proclamation signed by Hinesville Mayor Allen Brown.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter headed a long list of civilian and military officials who appeared Wednesday at the local hearing of the Georgia House Study Committee on Military Affairs.
There will be more than normal fixed wing and rotary aircraft flights in the area beginning for the next two weeks.
It's not just people who can make a difference in people's lives.
The fourth annual Veterans Salute is on the horizon, and the Hinesville Military Affairs Committee is busy finalizing plans.
Fort Stewart's top commander, Maj. Gen. James Rainey, has said before he thinks the U.S. will be fighting a full-scale war sooner rather than later.