Hurricane MICHAEL: Military Impact

Along with unbelievable devastation within some communities in the Florida Panhandle, particularly where Hurricane MICHAEL actually came ashore, on the military side, the storm damage at Tyndall Air Force Base has been described as “catastrophic.” Fortunately, all base personnel, military and civilian, were under a mandatory evacuation, so it appears … read more

Sergeant Alvin York: World War I American Hero

Last week, marked the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Meuse-Argonne, a key turning point in America’s critical efforts to bring World War I to its conclusion. Determined to hold its legendary Argonne Region Hindenburg Line, the Germans packed their defensive strong points with troops and armament, as they dug … read more

Georgia’s 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Prepares For Deployment

Members of “Georgia’s Brigade,” the 48th of the Georgia Army National Guard, headquartered in Macon, but composed of Guard soldiers from around the state, including Savannah, will very soon (mid-October) send about 2,000 members to Fort Stewart to train-up for the approaching deployment to Afghanistan in January, 2019. Said a … read more

The Outstanding Emergency Response of U.S. Agencies and Others

Government agency responders have literally flown to the rescue and relief of the many thousands of Coastal Carolina residents impacted and displaced by the furry that was Hurricane FLORENCE.  The flooding continues as inland rivers crest their banks, sending even more flood waters to coastal communities.  So the rescues continue, … read more

Hunter Army Airfield’s Fall Hiring Fair for Soldiers & Spouses

Today (September 20, 2018), HAAF hosted its Fall Hiring Fair at the Hunter Club on Post.  Over 50 area employers were on-site to interview prospective employees, going from soldiers beginning the transition to civilian careers, to Army spouses hoping to secure shorter-term employment while their uniformed spouse serves here at … read more

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