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SOA Watch April 26 - May 3: The Right to Peace Walk THE GEORGIA PEACE AND JUSTICE WALK SOA Watch founder Father Roy Bourgeois, Field Organizer Maria Luisa Rosal, and our newest Council member Kevin Moran will take part in a walk from Fort Benning, Georgia to Read more ...
Atlanta, Georgia. They are participating in the 120 mile "Right to Peace" walk, which will culminate with a rally at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in Atlanta. The Georgia Tech rally will to draw attention to the connection concerning the research and development of the next generation of autonomous killer drones by Georgia Tech; their partnership with the Maneuver Battle Lab at Fort Benning, where Georgia Tech conducts drone flight testing, and the training of Latin America's police, and military forces at Ft. Bennings School of the Americas (SOA/WHINSEC) in the use of the tools and tactics of oppression. The movement to close the SOA has been tremendously successful in educating broad sectors about the reality of U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America. While SOA Watch started out with a narrow focus of ending the training of repressive Latin American military forces and the closure of the School of the Americas, the scope of our work has broadened over the years. The SOA and the use of killer drones are both part of a broader system of militarism. The institute and the remote control killing are not aberrations of U.S. foreign policy, but clear examples of it. The walk will also stop at the Stewart Detention Center, the largest immigrant prison in the United States, to point out the obvious connections between the U.S.'s military-driven foreign policy, forced migration, and the shameful treatment of immigrants in the U.S. These interlocking systems of oppression require a multi-faceted resistance to all forms of oppression: racist criminalization and fear-mongering, economic exploitation, and state-sponsored violence. If you are interested in participating in the march, or for more information, please email Kevin at kevin@soaw.org. ___________________________________________ GOALS OF THE WALK - THE RIGHT TO PEACE Raise public awareness to inspire specific calls to action by attracting mass media exposure to: Call for an immediate moratorium on the research and development of autonomous drones by Georgia Tech as recommended by the U.N.'s Special Rapporteur on Summary Executions, Christof Heyns. Call for an immediate closure of the SOA, a U.S. military training school for Latin American security personnel located at Ft. Benning, GA, by demanding congressional support of passage of H.R. 2989 the Latin American Military Training Review Act – the bill to suspend and investigate the School of the Americas. ___________________________________________ WALK SCHEDULE AND OUTLINE Saturday, April 26: Mass Rally at Noon at the Gate to Ft. Benning, Featured Speaker: Father Roy Bourgeois, Walk begins 1 PM to Flatrock Park, Columbus, Georgia Sunday, April 27: Alterna Community Forum, LaGrange, Georgia. Walk begins at EL Refugio, Lumpkin to Stewart Detention Center Monday, April 28: Walk begins at LaGrange to Hogansville Tuesday, April 29: Walk begins at Hogansville to Newnan Wednesday, April 30: Walk begins at Newnan to Peachtree City Thursday, May 1: Walk begins at Peachtree City to Jonesboro Friday, May 2: Walk begins at King Center, Atlanta to Federal Prison, Georgia State University, Georgia State Capitol Press Conference, Atlanta City Detention Center, ICE Building Immigration Court, Federal Prison Saturday, May 3: Walk begins at Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Center, Atlanta to GA Tech 2:00–3:30 Mass Rally with feature speakers: Father Roy Bourgeois, Medea Benjamin, renowned activist from CodePink, as well as Azadeh Shahshahani, President, National Lawyers Guild; National Security/Immigrants' Rights Project Director, ACLU of Georgia. More information about the walk will be posted at http://GeorgiaPeace.org
RIGHT TO PEACE walk from Fort Benning, Georgia to Atlanta, Georgia.
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The walk will also stop at the Stewart Detention Center, the largest immigrant prison in the United States, to point out the obvious connections between the U.S.'s military-driven foreign policy, forced migration, and the shameful treatment of immigr Read more ...
ants in the U.S. These interlocking systems of oppression require a multi-faceted resistance to all forms of oppression: racist criminalization and fear-mongering, economic exploitation, and state-sponsored violence.
4 hours ago
Carl Chapman Bought to sign out on leave for the last time here at Fort Stewart! No it really hit home that I'm finally gone it's been a great run with 2/7 but time to spread my wings somewhere else but don't worry I'm taking 2/7 to Korea with me.......NOT y'all Read more ...
can keep it lol ima miss y'all
6 hours ago
José Ricardo DE Campos
Timeline Photos
Rangers from 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment and Night Stalkers from the 160th Special Operations Regiment rehearse roof-top fast rope insertions at Colmar MOUT site, Fort Stewart, Ga., Oct. 23, 2013. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Gabriel Segura) Read more ...
Rangers Lead The Way! Night Stalkers Don’t Quit!
6 hours ago
Vickie Van Buren We are sorry to inform you of the passing of our good friend and member, Alachua County Tax Collector, Von Fraser. He died today of a heart attack. He leaves behind an extraordinary life of service to our community, especially to those less f Read more ...
ortunate. He respected his customers gave outstanding service to everyone at the tax collector's offices. He started his days very early as a volunteer school bus driver for needy children, then put in a full day as our tax collector. He served as a Director of the Florida Credit Union, among his many other activities, too numerous to mention. He lived his life by the old latin motto, "UT PROSIM," to be of service. He was very proud of his time in the US Army, and made the rank of Staff Sergeant, and loved helping area veterans. There will be a funeral service at the Trinity Methodist Church, 4500 NW 53rd., Avenue in Gainesville, at 3:00 PM on Sunday, April 27, 2014. The viewing will be from 2 to 3:00 PM. There will be a burial at the Rock Cemetery on County Road 231 in Brooker, Florida. The family has an Army Honor Guard coming down from Fort Stewart, Georgia. Jones - Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke is handling all arrangements.
7 hours ago
Lưu Nguyên Khôi
Timeline Photos
Charlie Company, 1-118th Combined Arms Battalion, South Carolina Army National Guard, conducts gunnery exercises on the ranges of Fort Stewart, Ga., April 14, 2014 as part of their annual training. Annual training for C Co. began with crewmembers rec Read more ...
eiving 14 new M1A1SA Abrams Main Battle Tanks where they received classroom and hands-on training for the new equipment. Annual training for C Co. concluded with Soldiers loading several of their M1s onto U.S. Air Force C-17 transport planes for transportation to McEntire Joint National Guard Base in Eastover, S.C. as part of a joint force partnership with the U.S. Air Force Reserve’s 315th Airlift Wing -J-C-
7 hours ago
Kay DeFlumere
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
8 hours ago
Leah Kennedy Patch
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
8 hours ago
Tricia Spickerman
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
8 hours ago
Bob Puckett In Fort Stewart, GA
Private First Class Barrett Austin 2014
In Fort Stewart, GA.
This Monday will be one year from when PFC Austin gave his life in the service to our country. Today, April 16, 2014, the Sentinel Family had the distinct honor of remembering our fallen brother at a remembrance ceremony at Warrior's Walk.
8 hours ago
Cindy Behegan- Huggins
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
8 hours ago
Raani Roddey
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
8 hours ago
Steph Sitko
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
9 hours ago
Angelo del Signore
Timeline Photos
Charlie Company, 1-118th Combined Arms Battalion, South Carolina Army National Guard, conducts gunnery exercises on the ranges of Fort Stewart, Ga., April 14, 2014 as part of their annual training. Annual training for C Co. began with crewmembers rec Read more ...
eiving 14 new M1A1SA Abrams Main Battle Tanks where they received classroom and hands-on training for the new equipment. Annual training for C Co. concluded with Soldiers loading several of their M1s onto U.S. Air Force C-17 transport planes for transportation to McEntire Joint National Guard Base in Eastover, S.C. as part of a joint force partnership with the U.S. Air Force Reserve’s 315th Airlift Wing -J-C-
10 hours ago
Adela Zyra
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
10 hours ago
Tom Poulsen
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
11 hours ago
Rachel Holderness
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
12 hours ago
Homeless German Shepherd Dogs
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
12 hours ago
Andrew Mugs David Drummond
Solar-powered school nears completion at Fort Stewart
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Construction nears completion on a $20.5 million environmentally-friendly elementary school at Fort Stewart. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of...
14 hours ago
Susan Harris My son Christopher Kurtz in wheelchair basketball. (far left, dark uniform)
Cover Photos
Soldiers and veterans from Fort Campbell, Fort Stewart, Fort Benning and Fort Gordon, Ga. participate in the regional Warrior Game trials, Thursday, at Fort Campbell.
16 hours ago
Dana Webb #22. The state if Georgia (well...Ludowici, Allenhurst & Fort Stewart) is infested with those buggers!!! HATE THEM!
30 Photos Proving Australia is the Most Insane Place
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I still love to go "down under". Oh myyy...
17 hours ago
Neil Humphreys OK Fort Stewart/Hinesville meetup, Looking forward to a good run in the morning. I have checked out the 6 mile route and it looks really good and easy to run. I hope we get the same attendance we had last weekend. Was good to have a circle of remembr Read more ...
ance before our run with everyone there. Here's to a good run. Run strong. Run to remember.
18 hours ago
Rebecca Smilowska Go watch the greatest group of women I've ever met skate their booties off!
Timeline Photos
Looking for something to do tomorrow night? Come check out the Fort Stewart Rollergirls as they play against the War Town Bombshells in Warner Robins!! Hope to see some of our amazing fans there cheering on their favorite derby girl!!
18 hours ago
Soa Watch April 26 - May 3: The Right to Peace Walk THE GEORGIA PEACE AND JUSTICE WALK SOA Watch founder Father Roy Bourgeois, Field Organizer Maria Luisa Rosal, and our newest Council member Kevin Moran will take part in a walk from Fort Benning, Georgia to Read more ...
Atlanta, Georgia. They are participating in the 120 mile "Right to Peace" walk, which will culminate with a rally at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in Atlanta. The Georgia Tech rally will to draw attention to the connection concerning the research and development of the next generation of autonomous killer drones by Georgia Tech; their partnership with the Maneuver Battle Lab at Fort Benning, where Georgia Tech conducts drone flight testing, and the training of Latin America's police, and military forces at Ft. Bennings School of the Americas (SOA/WHINSEC) in the use of the tools and tactics of oppression. The movement to close the SOA has been tremendously successful in educating broad sectors about the reality of U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America. While SOA Watch started out with a narrow focus of ending the training of repressive Latin American military forces and the closure of the School of the Americas, the scope of our work has broadened over the years. The SOA and the use of killer drones are both part of a broader system of militarism. The institute and the remote control killing are not aberrations of U.S. foreign policy, but clear examples of it. The walk will also stop at the Stewart Detention Center, the largest immigrant prison in the United States, to point out the obvious connections between the U.S.'s military-driven foreign policy, forced migration, and the shameful treatment of immigrants in the U.S. These interlocking systems of oppression require a multi-faceted resistance to all forms of oppression: racist criminalization and fear-mongering, economic exploitation, and state-sponsored violence. If you are interested in participating in the march, or for more information, please email Kevin at kevin@soaw.org. ___________________________________________ GOALS OF THE WALK - THE RIGHT TO PEACE Raise public awareness to inspire specific calls to action by attracting mass media exposure to: Call for an immediate moratorium on the research and development of autonomous drones by Georgia Tech as recommended by the U.N.'s Special Rapporteur on Summary Executions, Christof Heyns. Call for an immediate closure of the SOA, a U.S. military training school for Latin American security personnel located at Ft. Benning, GA, by demanding congressional support of passage of H.R. 2989 the Latin American Military Training Review Act – the bill to suspend and investigate the School of the Americas. ___________________________________________ WALK SCHEDULE AND OUTLINE Saturday, April 26: Mass Rally at Noon at the Gate to Ft. Benning, Featured Speaker: Father Roy Bourgeois, Walk begins 1 PM to Flatrock Park, Columbus, Georgia Sunday, April 27: Alterna Community Forum, LaGrange, Georgia. Walk begins at EL Refugio, Lumpkin to Stewart Detention Center Monday, April 28: Walk begins at LaGrange to Hogansville Tuesday, April 29: Walk begins at Hogansville to Newnan Wednesday, April 30: Walk begins at Newnan to Peachtree City Thursday, May 1: Walk begins at Peachtree City to Jonesboro Friday, May 2: Walk begins at King Center, Atlanta to Federal Prison, Georgia State University, Georgia State Capitol Press Conference, Atlanta City Detention Center, ICE Building Immigration Court, Federal Prison Saturday, May 3: Walk begins at Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Center, Atlanta to GA Tech 2:00–3:30 Mass Rally with feature speakers: Father Roy Bourgeois, Medea Benjamin, renowned activist from CodePink, as well as Azadeh Shahshahani, President, National Lawyers Guild; National Security/Immigrants' Rights Project Director, ACLU of Georgia. More information about the walk will be posted at http://GeorgiaPeace.org/
RIGHT TO PEACE walk from Fort Benning, Georgia to Atlanta, Georgia.
soaw.org
The walk will also stop at the Stewart Detention Center, the largest immigrant prison in the United States, to point out the obvious connections between the U.S.'s military-driven foreign policy, forced migration, and the shameful treatment of immigr Read more ...
ants in the U.S. These interlocking systems of oppression require a multi-faceted resistance to all forms of oppression: racist criminalization and fear-mongering, economic exploitation, and state-sponsored violence.
18 hours ago
Deanne Starr
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
19 hours ago
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Headquarters Construction nears completion on a $20.5 million environmentally-friendly elementary school at Fort Stewart. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District and prime contractor Sauer, Inc., the new Murray Elementary School is equipped wi Read more ...
th over 450 solar panels, a wind turbine, and other sustainable design features.
Solar-powered school nears completion at Fort Stewart
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Construction nears completion on a $20.5 million environmentally-friendly elementary school at Fort Stewart. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of...
20 hours ago
Janeen Weckter OMG!! I just read in the obituaries that Johnny Nelson, formally from Willis has passed away. I dated him for three years in high school, visited him with his parents when he was serving in Fort Polk , Louisiana. He officiated at my cousin's memorial Read more ...
(Stewart Tyson) a couple of years ago. He was a WONDERFUL person and I loved him tremendously.My heart is breaking. Please pray for his wife and children. Thank you.
23 hours ago
Scottish Community Killin (D.M) Killin is an attractive village a little removed from the west end of Loch Tay. Its focal point is the narrow stone bridge carrying the A827 across the River Dochart, and it then lines both sides of the main road for over half a mile to Read more ...
the north east of the bridge. The location of the village seems in some ways odd. It makes the most of the dramatic Falls of Dochart, a spectacular series of rapids that carry the river under the bridge and through the village. But you could be forgiven for wondering why it didn't end up rather closer to Loch Tay: like Lochearnhead and St Fillans at either end of nearby Loch Earn, or Kenmore at the eastern end of Loch Tay. In fact, it was only in fairly recent times that the village severed its links with the Loch. In 1886 the Killin Railway (effectively a branch of the Callander & Oban Railway) arrived in Killin from the west, and continued as far as a pier on Loch Tay where it linked with the steamer service that plied the loch. The steamer service along Loch Tay ceased to operate in 1939, and the Killin Railway closed in 1965. Today it is still possible to find your way along a road that becomes little better than a track to the north west corner of Loch Tay. What was once the access to the pier is now the garden of a cottage, though pedestrian access to the west end of the loch is still possible from a point a little before the end of the track. En route the observant will notice the ruins of Finlarig Castle on the wooded mound to the north of the road, and anyone taking a closer look will also find the nearby ruins of a chapel that served as a mausoleum. But if you are thinking of exploring, take heed of the sign warning of the dangerous state of these structures and don't get too close. Also at the Loch Tay end of Killin is an excellent caravan site and Killin Golf Club, while a short distance up the nearby Glen Lochay is the Moirlanich Longhouse, in the care of the National Trust for Scotland. Today the main development on the loch itself is the Finlarig Power Station, which generates electricity from water piped from the mountains to the north. Killin's western end is firmly anchored to the River Dochart bridge, which provides a superb viewpoint over the Falls of Dochart (and some tight squeezes for the traffic). It also gives access to the island on which you find the ancient Clan MacNab burial ground: the locked gate gives information about where to find the key. Close to the north end of the bridge is the old St Fillans Mill. Until its permanent closure at the end of the 2011 season, this was home to the Breadalbane Folklore Centre. As you move north east along Killin's single main street anyone with a feel for the hills will find their attention captured by the knobbly ridge towering over the village. This is the Tarmachan Ridge, a complex of mountains forming the western extension of the main Ben Lawers ridge that hems in the north side of Loch Tay. Killin offers visitors a range of shops and accommodation; and we particularly recommend the outdoors shop towards the eastern end of the village. There's no need to go as far as Fort William to acquire that essential bit of kit you left at home. This is especially useful for walkers arriving in Killin while following the 79 mile Rob Roy Way on its route from Drymen to Pitlochry. Most of Killin's community facilities lie towards the north eastern end of the village. Here you find the village hall and two churches. The Church of Scotland, dating back to 1744, houses a font said to date back to the very early Christian era. Nearby is the Killin Hotel, in front of which you find the Stewart Monument, dedicated to the Minister at Killin who produced the first translation of the Bible into Gaelic in the late 1700s. One thing Killin doesn't offer the visitor is a petrol station. For this you need to travel a couple of miles south west to the Lix Toll Garage, at the junction with the main A85. This comes complete with a small collection of unusual Land Rovers.
23 hours ago
3-7 CAVALRY SQUADRON "GARRY OWEN"
ISSUU - FMWR Fort Stewart/ Hunter AAF
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Welcome to Fort Stewart/ Hunter Army Airfield Family MWR online news stand. A place to receive the latest publications.
1 day ago
Jonathan Savera Attention Fort Stewart. Draft beer is only $1.00 all day every day at Wingstop. I found my new favorite place. And the food has gotten a lot better than when they first opened. It's a win win people.
1 day ago
Tiffany Snowden Road trip to Fort Knox with Mom to get Shelby's health certificate so she can fly...blasting Rod Stewart and singing our little hearts out...sure gonna miss this woman! 💕
1 day ago
Leonard Morgan Senior
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
1 day ago
Rose Hemmer Shoup
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
1 day ago
Tactical K9
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
1 day ago
Southeast Georgia Friends of Fort Stewart & Hunter Army 2020 PDS: 36 Soldiers recognized for performance! http://ow.ly/vnX8A
Fort Stewart - Top News Stories
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1 day ago
Charlie Graybill
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
1 day ago
German Shepherd Den THIS IS SUCH A SHAME...
Photos of Military Working Dogs
MISSING SERVICE DOG!!! PLEASE SHARE! From WTOC viewer Steve McD: Please help my friend Logan find his service dog Bako. Bako was adopted without his knowledge and Logan is desperate to find him. Please share. From Logan Synatzske stationed at Fort S Read more ...
tewart: I've got bad news for everybody... Bako was put up for adoption last month without the Army ever notifying me. Apparently was adopted, but as it is the Army, they can't give out the information of the adopting family. I've contacted several different non-profits that help handlers find their dogs and trying anything else I can, including this post. I need help! FIND BAKO, T277!!! Please share this post!
1 day ago
Bryan County News One man was killed Wednesday afternoon in a wreck on Highway 119 on Fort Stewart, and two soldiers were injured, according to Fort Stewart spokesman Kevin Larson.
Victim in on-post wreck was civilian
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One man was killed Wednesday afternoon in a wreck on Highway 119 on Fort Stewart, and two soldiers were injured, according to Fort Stewart spokesman Kevin Larson.
1 day ago
Bigtruth
BFRO Report 28526: Encounter by a squad on maneuvers while training at Fort Stewart
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OBSERVED: I was in military stationed Ft. Stewart Ga we were conducting wargames my squad was moving through the woods when we started to hear a very low growl then a hi pitched scream as soon as we came out of the woodline to the south of my squad w Read more ...
e saw what we thought was an an opposing force we…
1 day ago
Kris M Brock 1985 Honda Magna V30/VF500C Runs and rides, Everything works, Was my daily rider. 20K miles, V4, 6-speed. Rear tire is bald in center and 1 fork seal leaks. Located in north Effingham about 1hour north of Hinesville/Fort Stewart, 2.5hours from Dublin Read more ...
. asking $1500obo. Clear title in hand, Sold as-is no tire kickers or joy riders.
1 day ago
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