The 3rd Infantry Division held its annual Marne Week last week, during which soldiers across the Marne division and tenant units on Fort Stewart competed in a variety of sporting events to build comradery and pride.
Rear Adm. Annie B. Andrews recently had her change of command and retirement ceremony from the U.S. Navy in Millington, Tennessee, after 32 years of service to the nation.
While Fort Stewart and the 3rd Infantry Division celebrate Marne Week with sports and unit spirit activities, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team took time to dedication a building for one of its former soldiers.
A chorus of Georgia elected officials Monday called for a halt to the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the state and nation, and some criticized the Obama administration's handling of the Islamic State.
Six Fort Stewart soldiers from the Association of the United States Army's Marne Chapter, based on Fort Stewart, ran in the Army Ten-Miler in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 11. The Fort Stewart Ten-Miler Team also included three civilians. The team received donations from several businesses, including Clyde's Market, Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Food Lion, The Heritage Bank and the Fort Stewart Commissary, Pooler locations of The Home Depot and Lowe's, GeoVista Credit Union, Ameris Bank of Pooler and Imprint Warehouse in Hinesville.
The final flight of soldiers from 3rd Infantry Division's headquarters, who served in Afghanistan with U.S. Forces – Afghanistan mission, came home on Veterans Day, fitting for the newest generation of veterans.
Savannah Mall will unveil "Remembering Our Fallen," a 50-foot exhibit commemorating fallen soldiers, on Saturday. A motorcycle brigade will bring in the exhibit, which will be displayed on the upper level of the mall.
The last 26 soldiers from 3rd Infantry Division's headquarters returned home Wednesday afternoon, marking an end to their year-long deployment to Afghanistan.
Darryl Cloud was a sergeant in the Marine Corps and served in the Vietnam War, but he has not stopped serving his country. He is currently riding toward the finish of his cross-country bicycle trip in an effort to raise money for wounded veterans.
With less than 24 hours' notice, soldiers from 87th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion canceled their weekend plans and got ready to support fellow soldiers and their families on Fort Jackson, South Carolina, where massive flooding had caused widespread destruction.
Homeless veterans in Savannah will soon live in independent shelters built by Fort Stewart soldiers as part of a partnership between the Army and nonprofit organizations.
When South Carolina was hit by massive flooding from a storm earlier this month, Staff Sgt. Daniel Freeman with 87th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 3rd Sustainment Brigade, felt he had to act.
After two membership drives, the Marne Community and Spouses Club held its first luncheon recently at the Richmond Hill City Center.
Red, white and blue luminaries flickering softly at dusk and a luncheon to reaffirm commitment to remembering them and their fallen service members were just two ways Fort Stewart's Survivor Outreach Services honored Gold Star mothers and family members this past weekend.
A groundbreaking ceremony will be part of this year's Veterans Salute.
"Fort Stewart is the place where we take care of soldiers," Under Secretary of the United States Army Patrick Murphy said during his visit to ...
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