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    Recent Images

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    10.15.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Tony Garrison stands in front of his work truck on Fort Jackson Oct. 15 while holding his second published book. Garrison retired from the Army...
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    10.15.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Adalynn Webb, wearing a rainbow hair bow, poses with her mother Pamela Webb, her siblings Eloise and Tyler, Fort Jackson Garrison Commander Col....
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    10.04.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Four-person teams take on the two courses at the Fort Jackson Golf Course for the annual Members Appreciation Shotgun Tournament Oct. 4. Teams...
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    10.07.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Fort Jackson Garrison Commander Col. John “Wes” Hankins listens to a song of reflection during a candlelight vigil held at the Main Post...
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    09.20.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Roughly 50 Soldiers, civilians and their Family members participated in a three-hour aerobathan Sept. 21 at the Solomon Center to bring awareness...
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    09.26.2019 | Courtesy Photo
    Staff Sgt. Darrek Merrill, Company E, 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment, and his Family are the Yard of the Month Grand Prize Winners for...
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    09.12.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Sgt. Marcus Maxey, an information technology specialist at Fort Gordon, Ga., takes off in a sprint during a practice session Sept. 13 at Richland...
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    09.13.2019 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    The Adjutant of South Carolina, Maj. Gen. Roy McCarty shakes hands with Ray Gannon, a former Marine and Gold Star Family Member. McCarty shook...

    Recent Videos

    PO3 Nathan Dubina

    PO3 Nathan Dubina

    09.14.2018 | Video by Robert Timmons
    Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan Dubina, from Joint Base Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina, speaks about how he and his fellow Sailors are...
    Carter White electrical lineman

    Carter White electrical lineman

    09.15.2018 | Courtesy Video
    Carter White, an electrical lineman from Columbia, South Carolina, goes up in a bucket lifter to trim branches away from power lines on Fort...
    SSG Chesley Murray

    SSG Chesley Murray

    09.13.2018 | Video by Thomas Byrd
    Staff Sgt. Chesley Murray, a drill sergeant with 2nd Battalion, 13th Infantry Regiment, speaks about what preparations are being done in advance...
    DES preparations

    DES preparations

    09.14.2018 | Courtesy Video
    Juan Salazar, a firefighter with Fort Jackson's Directorate of Emergency Services speaks about preparations for Hurricane Florence. (By Elyssa...

    Recent News Stories

    Scholarship fund offered in memory of post wildlife...

    10.10.2019 | Story by Alexandra Shea
    Earlier this year renowned wildlife biologist Angela Nicole Chadwick-Hawkins passed away while working on Fort Jackson’s training grounds. Known to many as the “woodpecker lady” and her preferred name “Nicole Hawkins”, she was best known for her efforts to bring the red-cockaded woodpecker population back from the endangered species list. During her memorial, Family members, friends and the people she worked with said losing her has...

    Vaping related lung illness on the rise

    09.26.2019 | Story by Alexandra Shea
    National news headlines about the rise in e-cigarette and vaping related lung illnesses have been dominating newspapers, TV and radio recently. It has also been reported that AAFES will no longer sell vaping products. The number of cases and deaths related to vaping lung illness has climbed even higher with more than 500 reported cases according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, up from 380 cases, and eight deaths from vaping.

    Seeking help is a sign of strength

    09.26.2019 | Story by Alexandra Shea
    October is a month full of activity and events. It marks the start of fall, is filled with Halloween fun and scary movies, and the annual flavor of pumpkin spice everything. The month also brings awareness of breast cancer and highlights the importance of monthly self-breast exams. This month also brings attention to the invisible wounds Soldiers often suffer in silence.

    Recent Publications