Members of the Georgia House Military Affairs Study Committee, including Rep. Richard Smith and Rep. Calvin Smyre, who represent the Columbus area, listen to speakers discussing preparation efforts for the next Base Realignment and Closure round expected to occur within the next few years. The presentation, held at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, was led by the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce. --
Members of the Georgia House Military Affairs Study Committee, including Rep. Richard Smith and Rep. Calvin Smyre, who represent the Columbus area, listen to speakers discussing preparation efforts for the next Base Realignment and Closure round expected to occur within the next few years. The presentation, held at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, was led by the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce. -- Photo by Tony Adams tadams@ledger-enquirer.com
Members of the Georgia House Military Affairs Study Committee, including Rep. Richard Smith and Rep. Calvin Smyre, who represent the Columbus area, listen to speakers discussing preparation efforts for the next Base Realignment and Closure round expected to occur within the next few years. The presentation, held at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, was led by the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce. -- Photo by Tony Adams tadams@ledger-enquirer.com

Act fast and don’t assume Fort Benning is safe, BRAC expert tells Georgia lawmakers

August 30, 2016 06:12 PM