DynCorp International has confirmed that a local man working on the Combined Security Transition Command in Afghanistan was killed in an explosion.
When Ervin Miller came to Augusta two years ago, he didn't have a home. That changed when he came across the Augusta Warrior Project, which helped him achieve the most basic necessities in life.
The Army is downsizing. About 80,000 active duty soldiers will be cut between now and 2017. People came together on Thursday to make sure the Army knows just how important soldiers are in this military community.
It's time to rally the troops, so ours don't get cut. That's the message leaders around the community are trying to send so people will come out to a "Community Listening Session" at Fort Gordon.
Soldiers find themselves in scary situations all the time, dodging gunfire and putting their lives on the line, but sometimes the scariest thing a soldier can face is transitioning out of the military and learning to re-adjust to life as a civilian.
Dozens of workers are enjoying an early weekend after a power outage at Fort Gordon.
Six men ran across the state of Georgia to support wounded troops and military families.
They serve our country proudly, and in favor, when they return, our country gives them a free education. But there's a problem in South Carolina. After a News 12 story months ago, state lawmakers are working on a fix.
According to a news release, the Department of Defense has decided to delay furlough notices for civilian employees.
The commander at Marine Corps. Base Quantico in northern Virginia says a shooting in which a Marine killed a male and female colleague before killing himself was isolated to a single building.
Wallets around our area are starting to feel a little lighter as federal spending cuts are starting to sink in. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, one group is taking action to fill their wallets back up.
The dark history of the Civil War is being brought into the light as a team from Georgia Southern continues to dig up artifacts from an old prison camp in Millen.
Spending cuts in Washington are just one day away, which could have a big impact here in Augusta. The military will take the biggest hit from these cuts with $46 billion being cut from the Pentagon's budget.
It was a unanimous vote for the Augusta Commission on Tuesday night. Now Veterans Day will be recognized as a paid day off for all city employees.
Fort Gordon is about to pull the trigger on some new gun laws. Starting in March, you'll have to do more than register your gun to bring it on post. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, the new policy questions the person more than the weapon.
Georgia veterans will be seeing changes in the design of their driver's licenses and state identification cards soon. The Department of Driver Services announced the new design in Atlanta on Monday.
Girls Scouts "Cookies From Home" program gives you the chance to send a box of Girl Scout cookies to deployed troops. The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia just started this program about four years ago.
The Tax Center at Fort Gordon is set to open its doors on Monday to soldiers, family members and retirees. Doors will open at 9 a.m. at the Courtyard on Brainard Avenue.
An Air Force medical technician who served in Afghanistan has been chosen to dance with President Barack Obama at an inaugural ball Monday night.
It was one of the largest deployments Fort Gordon's ever seen. Now that the holidays are over, it's back to work for these troops as they head overseas.
A U.S. official says retired Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, who commanded the U.S.-led international coalition that drove Saddam Hussein's forces out of Kuwait in 1991, has died. He was 78.
Christmas came early for one Beech Island family, but instead of getting toys, they got something much better. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, it's the last thing they were expecting.
With his great-grandchildren at his feet, John Edgar Lamb shared memories from the war, along with memories of a long life. Pvt. Lamb entered the Army at the young age of 17.
A special departure ceremony was held at 4 a.m. The soldiers are from the 297th Military Intelligence Battalion and will be doing intelligence support all over Afghanistan for 12 months.
One hundred and twenty eight Christmas trees were loaded up Tuesday at Wright's Tree Farm in Ward, S.C. Trees for troops donates thousands of trees each year to military bases across the country.
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