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    201117-A-ZN169-101

    201117-A-ZN169-101

    11.17.2020 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Algrish Williams watches as Judy Boley, manager of Fort Jackson Family Homes, speaks during the virtual Community Town...
    201119-A-LS252-014

    201119-A-LS252-014

    11.19.2020 | Photo by Josephine Carlson
    Brig. Gen. Milford "Beags" Beagle Jr. administers the oath of office to Maj. Raymond Colston during his promotions ceremony Nov. 19.
    201117-A-ZN169-098

    201117-A-ZN169-098

    11.17.2020 | Photo by Robert Timmons
    Brig. Gen. Milford H. ‘Beags’ Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson commander, watches as Col. Tara Hall, Moncrief Army Health Clinic commander gives an...
    201105-A-A4507-001

    201105-A-A4507-001

    11.05.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Command Sgt. Maj. Raymond Butler, 193rd Infantry Brigade senior enlisted leader, second from the left, speaks during the Commanding General’s...
    201110-A-LS252-020

    201110-A-LS252-020

    11.10.2020 | Photo by Josephine Carlson
    First sergeants from Headquarters, Headquarters Battalion, each light a candle as the officiant reads the meaning of the NCO creed during the NCO...

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    Recent News Stories

    Jackson commanders update public

    11.24.2020 | Story by Leslie Ann Sully
    Fort Jackson Commander Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle, Jr. hosted the 25th biweekly Commanding General’s Virtual Town Hall on Special Topics with Moncrief Army Health Clinic Commander Col. Tara Hall, 193rd Infantry Brigade Commander Col. Mark Huhtanen and 165th Infantry Brigade Commander Col. Eric Flesch.

    Program gives HR, Finance professionals a tactical edge

    11.19.2020 | Story by Josephine Carlson
    If you have worked in the S1 shop in the last few years or have been a Soldier waiting on an HR function to be completed then you know that there are many systems involved in Army Human Resources and Financial Management. What complicates matters even more is moving from one component to another, e.g. active to Reserve, and hoping those systems talk to each other – they did not.

    Integrity in the time of COVID

    11.19.2020 | Courtesy Story
    LDRSHIP. Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honesty, Integrity, and Personal Courage. Separately, each of these words have meaning, but together they are foundational, essential elements of the inherent trust associated to Soldiers. The Army Values are simple at first glance, not complicated to understand, and serve as an easily understood pneumonic that codifies individual and team consistency; consistency that enables the inherent...

    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...