Debbie Tuttle keeps the memory of her son, Keith Williams, alive through his 2004 Nissan Titan truck. She drove it to Georgia for the dedication of the Global War on Terrorism memorial at the National Infantry Museum.
Expressing a love for God, country and the people of Southwest Georgia, Republican Bruce McPherson announced his 2018 bid to run against U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop Jr. for the 2nd Congressional District.
Jim Wooters, a sailor who served on the USS Arkansas during the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France, died Friday of natural causes at the Orchard View Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Center in Columbus. He was 95.
U.S. Army officials have suspended multiple Fort Benning drill sergeants as part of an ongoing investigation into a sexual assault allegation made by a female trainee, the Maneuver Center of Excellence announced August 23. 2017.
Retired Lt. Col. Robert Fulton Galer, a veteran of two wars and one appointed to establish the first Equal Opportunity Employment Office at Fort Benning, died June 22 in Columbus, according to McMullen Funeral Home and Crematory on Gentian Boulevard. He was 98.
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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Fort Benning 1st Sgt. Jeffery Valentine modeled for museum historic figure in the National Infantry Museum
Making his debut at Rio Paralympics, Staff Sgt. John Joss shoots for gold
Fort Benning double trap duo heads to Rio Olympics
Youngest of Four Olympians, Dan Lowe to compete in two rifle events in Rio