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Fort Gordon live fire training

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – Live fire training continues at Fort Gordon.

Those living near the training complex on the Southwest Portion of the Installation may hear loud booms. 9 more words


Change of command ceremony to be held on Fort Gordon

Fort Gordon, Ga (WJBF) – A change of command ceremony will be held Tuesday on Fort Gordon.

Captain Patrick Count will relieve Captain Michael Vernazza as the commanding officer of Navy Information Operations Command Georgia (NIOC Georgia). 25 more words


Operation Home Front volunteers giving away free holiday meals to military families

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – National organization serving soldiers free holiday meal.

Operation Home Front volunteers will be distributing holiday meals to military families on Monday, Dec. 151 more words


'Trees For Troops' returns to Fort Gordon

Fort Gordon, Ga. – The Christmas Spirit Foundation, representing Christmas growers and distributors, and FedEx are teaming up to provide over 300 free live evergreen trees to Fort Gordon Active Duty military personnel. 73 more words


Fort Gordon celebrates Thanksgiving for thousands

FORT GORDON,Ga (WJBF) it was chow time, Thanksgiving style at Fort Gordon

“I’m being really fat today I think I’m getting way too much then I can actually eat but I’m going to enjoy it,” said Specialist Kulwant Kaur of Gainesville, Florida. 335 more words


Man convicted of killing Ft. Gordon officer to receive new trial

RICHMOND COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – A Georgia man serving a life sentence for Murder is getting a new trial.

Erik Williams was convicted for shooting and killing Sergent Deangelo Hudgins back in July 2010, but Williams claims he shot Hudgins and another man in self defense. 23 more words


State of the county address shares plans for growth in Columbia County

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – Community leaders shared their vision for the future growth of Columbia county during the 6th annual state of the county address. The event was held at the Columbia County Exhibition Center.  344 more words