By: Tony Williams SC Social Security Public Affairs On Memorial Day, our nation honors military service members who have given their lives for our country.
Fort Jackson leadership today announced that since April30, the post has more recovered COVID-19 cases than active ones with nohospitalizations. The first two recovered soldiers
By Rick Burke, Navy Office of Community Outreach MILLINGTON, Tenn. – Petty Officer 2nd Class Travis Curlee, a native of Winnsboro, South Carolina, is serving
These are certainly unusual times for most Americans particularly those who were never in the military and experienced combat situations. Veterans, particularly those who served
The following important information regarding access changes coming to Fort Jackson that will be effective Monday, 30 1. We are finalizing some post policy changes
After being badly injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2005, Steven Diaz was left with scars including post-traumatic stress, partial blindness, traumatic brain
FORT JACKSON, S.C. -Fort Jackson brings together senior Army leadership and ROTC cadets from 10 North and South Carolina colleges and universities Feb. 7 for
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on following Fort Jackson’s expansion announcement: “I am grateful for the relocation of the Civil
The largest motorcycle ride in the state of South Carolina is already in preparation for Sunday, December 8 for the Columbia VA Health Care System.
By W. Thomas Smith Jr. The Gateway To The Army Association – a non-profit organization with a mission of designing, funding, and building Fort Jackson’s
The Columbia VA Health Care System will present four days of events, open to the public, which highlights information on ways to control and lower