Honoring a commitment to a fallen hero

When the snow fell during the evening of Jan. 28, it kicked off two days of trials, tribulations and stories for a southeastern U.S. population largely unprepared for a winter weather event. On the evening news, most of those stories focused on the disastrous impact of the weather on commuters in Atlanta, as hundreds of motorists were forced to abandon their cars in unmoving traffic.

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The Signal

- By Bonnie Heater Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office This year’s winter storm showed that icy road conditions can be hazardous, but so can...
- By Sgt. Ashley M. Armstrong 35th Signal Brigade Public Affairs “Soldiers have to be the ultimate athletes because their performance is...
- By Bonnie Heater Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office The downsizing of the military is happening across all services, but so is the effort to...
- The U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence will become the Cyber Center of Excellence during a ceremony at Fort Gordon’s Gate 1 today at 10 a.m. In order to prepare for and conduct the ceremony,...
- Effective immediately, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service will require battalion commanders to approve Soldiers’ requests for Basic Allowance for Subsistence, or BAS. The requirement...
- By Lt. Col. Chevelle Thomas HRC Public Affairs U. S. Army Human Resources Command established a provisional Cyber Branch March 20, to provide career management,...
- By Karen J. Lewis Survivor Outreach Services coordinator The Gold Star Wives of America was formed before the end of World War II to provide...
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The Lion's Roar

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