Fort Stewart is facing the possibility of delays at its gates for the next few weeks as new requirements from federal agencies and updated scanning software are put in place.
The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance on Fort Stewart at Club Stewart's main ballroom held a room full of military leaders and soldiers who sat together to learn about King's dream, listen to historically significant music and hear from Armstrong State University Professor Leonard K. McCoy.
VICENZA, Italy – Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Gilpin assumed the position of U.S. Army Africa's senior noncommissioned officer during a change of responsibility ceremony Friday at Caserma Ederle's Hoekstra Field.
The Marne Community and Spouses Club will have a membership drive from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 21 at the Club Stewart grand ballroom.
WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Ash Carter offered his congratulations Monday to Iraq's prime minister after Iraqi forces succeeded in retaking the government center in Ramadi from Islamic State, also known by the acronym ISIL.
DUBLIN, Calif. - The 63rd Regional Support Command hosted the Army Reserve National Ambassador's Training Forum, which was attended by senior leaders and ambassadors throughout the U.S. Army Reserve, on Dec. 7.
DUBLIN - Soldiers of 3rd Infantry Division made a short trip from Fort Stewart to Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center to spread holiday cheer, Dec. 9.
The Department of Defense has released the 2016 Basic Allowance for Housing rates.
July 27, 2014, was Sgt. 1st Class Ommy Irizarry's anniversary, but the celebration ended when he and his daughter Oceana were killed as a small plane crash-landed on a beach near Sarasota.
Fort Stewart's Winn Army Community Hospital is planning selected holiday closings for the patient clinics and the pharmacies.
"There is a place / That I must go / And speak to soldiers / That I don't know / I go there often / Just to talk / On this sacred ground / Called Warriors Walk."
About 10 attendees came out Tuesday evening to voice their opinions on the needs of veterans and military families during a roundtable discussion with state Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway.
Brenda Luxmore, mother of Cpl. Bryant J. Luxmore, touches a stone memorializing her son at his tree during Wreaths for Warriors Walk on Fort Stewart on Saturday. Cpl. Luxmore was killed at age 25 in Afghanistan in June 2012.
A U.S. Army Ranger died Wednesday after being seriously wounded during a squad live fire exercise on Fort Stewart, according to an Army news release.
The City of Hinesville proclaimed Dec. 6-12 as Wreaths for Warriors Walk Week in the city during a ceremony on Dec. 3 at Hinesville City Hall.