AWNS to continue at Fort Gordon through September

Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

A media advisory from the Army & Air Force Exchange Service states that Internet service provided by American Warrior Networks Service to military members residing in on-post barracks will remain intact through Sept. 30.

Boingo will be the new on-post Internet provider for military personnel after AWNS ends its contract in the fall.

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FG_AUTHORS: via Fort Gordon PAO

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