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    Recent Images

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    04.06.2020 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Travel kits sit ready for pick up by Fort Jackson personnel April 6. The kits were donated to Fort Jackson trainees and activated South Carolina...
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    200402-A-SO154-011

    04.02.2020 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Thor, a Fort Jackson military working dog, licks spray cheese as a reward during his checkup at the Veterinarian Office.
    200403-A-A4507-001

    200403-A-A4507-001

    04.01.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    An AAFES employee helps sanitize the entrance to Fort Jackson's Food Court. The installation is ramping up its efforts to prevent the spread of...
    200331-A-SO154-021

    200331-A-SO154-021

    03.31.2020 | Photo by Alexandra Shea
    Cashier Nikita Abrams finalizes an order at the Fort Jackson Commissary March 31. Check out lanes look a little different since plexiglass shield...
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    03.31.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 61st Infantry Regiment wait to be manifested for their movement to Advanced Individual Training March 31 on Fort...
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    03.31.2020 | Photo by Thomas Byrd
    A drill sergeant from 1st Battalion, 61st Infantry Regiment at Fort Jackson takes the temperature of a Soldier before boarding the bus to Fort...

    Recent Videos

    Recent News Stories

    Fort Jackson ramps up COVID-19 response

    04.02.2020 | Story by Robert Timmons
    Fort Jackson remains at the forefront of the prevention and containment of COVID-19 in order to protect the community while still training a majority of America’s Initial Entry Training Soldiers.

    'You may be a child abuser and not know it:' April...

    04.02.2020 | Story by Alexandra Shea
    April may bring spring showers, but the month also brings awareness of child abuse. The Fort Jackson’s Family Advocacy Program wants to make Soldiers and their Families aware of child abuse signs and how to prevent children from abuse during stressful times.

    Recent Publications

    Fort Jackson Leader  - 10.31.2019

    Fort Jackson Leader - 10.31.2019

    In this issue a Fort Jackson trainee becomes the first to max the Army Combat Fitness Test, the installation celebrates Halloween, and the Fall...
    Fort Jackson Leader  - 08.22.2019

    Fort Jackson Leader - 08.22.2019

    In this issue, Fort Jackson helps the Navy mobilize, the installation gets a advanced-screening of a new movie, and the annual Color Run ushers in...
    Fort Jackson Leader  - 03.14.2019

    Fort Jackson Leader - 03.14.2019

    In this issue: Fort Jackson's deer herd is stronger than ever, Prescribed burning helps Jackson ecology Dental Assistant Training hits the next...