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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.
Attendance might have been sparse but patriotism was strong at the Sept. 11 anniversary observance Sunday by the East Liberty County American Legion Post 321.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern's military students, veterans and their family members now have a new space to call home on campus with the official opening of the Military and Veteran Student Center, located in Fielding D. Russell Union.
Late Saturday evening, 147 soldiers from 5th Squadron, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team were reunited with their families.
When construction began Wednesday at the site of the Veterans Memorial Walk, future veterans were there to start the groundwork.
Fort Stewart's Winn Army Community Hospital is hosting its sixth annual Baby Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Club Stewart Ballroom.
"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 the 3rd Infantry Division Wednesday.
The chief of staff of the Army announced Thursday afternoon future assignments for Fort Stewart leadership.
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - A 2013 Hohenfels High School graduate and Hinesville native is serving in the U.S. Navy and participating in the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise, the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC).
PATUXENT RIVER, Md. - A Hinesville native is serving "where the future of naval aviation begins" at Naval Air Station Patuxent River.
The local military medical community welcomed a new commander Wednesday at Fort Stewart's Marne Garden.
After two years of separation from his family to serve the Fort Stewart Garrison, Command Sgt. Maj. Myron Lewis is heading home with them.
There will be more than normal fixed wing and rotary aircraft flights in the area beginning for the next two weeks.
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