The School of the Americas Watch annual protest is leaving Columbus and moving to the border of the United States and Mexico. The announcement was made by the organization's national organizer Hendrik Voss on Sunday as this year's participants gathered outside Stone Gate on Benning Road.
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Max helps to train his rescued friend Ghost at PAWS Humane
Wake for Warriors program makes first visit to Lake Harding
Rain doesn't stop the Fort Benning Independence Celebration
Fort Benning 1st Sgt. Jeffery Valentine modeled for museum historic figure in the National Infantry Museum
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Two very different dogs, energetic Maximus and shy Ghost, have formed a family at the PAWS Humane animal shelter. Max has embraced his role as a therapy dog for Ghost, who lived on his own in the woods for the first year of his life, helping Ghost learn to love and trust others
The Wake for Warriors program recently hosted a three-day camp for veterans at Lake Harding. Wake for Warriors is a water sports program for injured military veterans that teaches them how to wakeboard and wakesurf.
Heavy rains soaked the York Field and Gardner Field parade grounds, but that didn't stop families and and hundreds of young soldiers from enjoying carnival rides, bouncy houses, slip-n-slides, the 30-foot Airborne tower zip line, live music and fireworks at the annual Independence Celebration
While 1st Sgt. Jeffery Valentine was a staff sergeant and instructor with the 4th Ranger Training Brigade in 2005, he volunteered to be body-cast as an historic soldier museum figure to be displayed at the new National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center
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Retired U.S. Army Ranger, both a combat soldier and a combat chaplain, describes the valor he witnessed during the 18-hour Battle of Mogadishu. He felt the call to the ministry in the days that followed. Struecker will be inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame with the Class of 2017
Retired U.S. Army Ranger, both a combat soldier and a combat chaplain, says that most Americans don't understand the heart of the warrior. Struecker will be inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame with the Class of 2017
Vietnam veterans who served with the 173rd Airborne Brigade gathered at a memorial at the National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center to remember 76 Sky Soldiers who died 50 years ago in the Battle of Dak To. Among those who died was 2nd Lt. Jeffrey R. Sexton. He was killed while trying to save the life of a medic during the June 22, 1967 battle in the Kontum province of South Vietnam.
Fidel Jenkins of Residential World Media highlights game theme-nights and off season, big-ticket events to accompany Columbus Burn hockey. Jenkins also confirms that he is in talks with Jerome Bechard about the former Cottonmouths coach future with the new franchise
The new Chick-fil-A restaurant, located at 2730 Manchester Expressway in Columbus, opened its doors to the general public at 6 a.m. Wednesday with music, fanfare, and a cow-led parade of those who waited overnight to be among the first 100 in line and win free Chick-fil-A for a year.
The Telegraph's Joe Kovac Jr. has exclusive coverage of the return of fugitives Ricky Dubose and Donnie Rowe, who fled Putnam County after two prison guards were shot to death on a transport bus on June 13, 2017.