More than 200 of the Army's top leaders met at Fort Stewart on Wednesday to rehearse a concept drill and further discuss plans for the 5th Brigade Combat Team's arrival.
According to Liberty County-Hinesville Emergency Management Officials, people in Liberty County should expect severe weather today.
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Charles Wood is not a man of many words, especially about his service in Vietnam. "I did what I had to do," he said about his experience. His wife Wynde Wood is more vocal about Wood's service and his accomplishments. She said he did more than just what he had to. "He was drafted in 1964. He went to Vietnam and extended his first tour, and then he volunteered to go back to Vietnam for ...
On Friday, nearly 65 Fort Stewart soldiers received a special visit from their commanding officer, Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo.
They are known as the life-support for Army brigades, flowing from makeshift base to makeshift base like blood through arteries.
Officials at Fort Stewart are prepping for more than 12,000 Oregon Army National Guard soldiers scheduled to arrive on post this summer.
The Army's process of determining whether soldiers are physically fit to fight could be the reason more than 45,000 unhealthy U.S. soldiers have been sent to war, despite doctor recommendations.
The seats were filled at Fort Stewart's Woodruff Theater Wednesday night as soldiers and their families attended a special, invitation-only screening of the Samuel Goldwyn film "Brothers at War."
Col. Thomas James sat at a table in Club Stewart's rocket room Wednesday morning after attending another battalion change-of-command reception, signifying more of the formal modifications taking place as the 4th Brigade Combat Team transitions from a heavy to a light brigade.
A proposed, 68-mile recreational trail could be the path to a happy, healthy and economically strong Liberty County.
The mission continues: on to the next operation It is late Wednesday afternoon. The sweltering Florida heat has sweat dripping from the foreheads of more than 1,200 soldiers assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division's 1st Heavy Brigade's Combat Team. The Raiders have been on the ground in gator country for nearly three days, where they have been conducting wellness checks, clearing roads and participating in urban search and rescue efforts - all in response to ...
It's 3 a.m. on Monday and Fort Stewart's 1st Heavy Brigade Combat team has just been alerted that several chemical and radiological attacks were launched near Orlando, Fla.
With a trumpet signaling every change in its ranks, the 4th Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, officially became the 3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment on Monday.
A Fort Stewart soldier, accused of desertion for abandoning his duties more than four years ago, could possibly be facing several years in prison.