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    02.06.2017 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Spc. Roger Rivera, a machinist/welder with Bravo Company, 703rd Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, cuts a...
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    01.31.2017 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Command Sgt. Maj. David Davenport, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command senior enlisted leader, speaks to members of Fort Jackson’s 120th...
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    01.28.2017 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Members of the Withrop University Women's Lacrosse team are put their paces by drill sergeants at Fort Jackson Jan. 28. The team was put through a...
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    01.21.2017 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    John Owens, Sr., Columbia Philatelic Society president, Walter Rowland II, Postmaster for the city of Columbia, and Col. Mark Shade, Fort...
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    01.20.2017 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Fort Jackson's police department held its first awards ceremony Jan. 20 at Magruders Pub on post. (U.S. Army photo by Robert Timmons, Fort Jackson...
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    01.20.2017 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Fort Jackson community members swarm the Solomon Center Jan. 20 to attend the Child Youth Services Penny Carnival. According to Cindy Andre-Noel,...
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    08.15.2016 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Spc. Amanda Reuter, a chaplain’s assistant with 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment, adjusts the sights on an M16A2 rifle during the...
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    07.17.2016 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Contemporary Christian recording artist Aaron Shust sings his song ‘Ever Be’ during the combined Protestant worship service July 17 at the...

    Recent Videos

    Top Drill

    Top Drill

    07.17.2013 | Video by Michael Glasch
    The U.S. Army selected Sgt. 1st Class David E. Stover, representing Army Training Center, Fort Jackson, S.C., as the 2013 active duty U.S. Army...
    Victory Update Vol. 13-05

    Victory Update Vol. 13-05

    05.30.2013 | Video by Michael Glasch
    In this edition of Victory Update, get a look at what it takes to earn the Expert Infantry Badge, plus a Fort Jackson Soldier is serving for gold...
    Serving for gold

    Serving for gold

    05.18.2013 | Video by Michael Glasch
    Col. Jamie Houston, the Fort Jackson dental commander, was just presented with a personal best award from the National Senior Games Association...
    Letters Home

    Letters Home

    07.14.2012 | Video by Michael Glasch
    After more than 40 years, letters written, but never delivered, by Sgt. Steve Flaherty before he was killed in Vietnam are finally returned to his...
    Interview-Ken Cannon

    Interview-Ken Cannon

    07.14.2012 | Video by Michael Glasch
    Uncle of Sgt. Steve Flaherty (killed in Vietnam) talks about finally get FLaherty's letters 43 years after his death. Available in high definition.

    Recent News Stories

    Soldier's first 'vacation' sets a standard

    12.08.2016 | Story by Robert Timmons
    In less than 10 days Basic Combat Training will pause. In less than two weeks Soldiers in Training will experience hurry up and wait for the first time as they queue up waiting for planes, trains, and buses to take them home for the holidays.

    SC commanders praise state partnerships

    12.06.2016 | Story by Robert Timmons
    Military commanders from across South Carolina lauded the Palmetto State’s support for Service members during a meeting with the state’s second highest elected official, Dec. 2 in Columbia, South Carolina. Maj. Gen. John “Pete” Johnson, Fort Jackson’s 50th commander, told Lt. Governor Henry D. McMaster the installation was “not an island” and enjoys its relationships with the surrounding communities. The meeting with state...