The final day of the exhibit in Ashburn is today
The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall is a replica of the monument in Washington, D.C. It has been on exhibit in Ashburn since Thursday, with a final day today before it is taken to its next stop.
MCLB-Albany hopes to join partnership on green energy initiative
The Albany-Dougherty Payroll Development Authority approves a resolution needed to bring a $230 million biomass plant to Procter & Gamble’s Albany campus.
Felix Childs received new rank earlier this year
The lieutenant colonel was promoted to his current rank in the 98th Training Division of the Army Reserve. In this capacity, he serves as the deputy chief of staff, chief information officer stationed at Fort Benning in Columbus.
VA hospital, National Guard presence among the things hoped for at MCLB
Col. Don Davis made an appearance at the Albany Rotary Club on Thursday, during which he opened the forum for questions from members of the club — with many of the questions centering on what may be in store at the base in the coming years.
Family of Pfc. James Windom accepts highest civilan honor posthumously
Pfc. James Windom became a member of the Montford Point Marines in June 1943. He was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in August 1949.
The jobs carry hourly pay ranges from $16.99 to $25.68, depending upon the position
URS has immediate openings for 250 new employees at its military vehicle maintenance center at Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany.
Marine, partner create 'Odd Jobber' business when rebuffed for employment
A 31-year-old Marine declared 80 percent disabled says he’s too young to remain idle, despite VA diagnosis.
Deidre Hooks receives Excellence in Program Management Award
Hooks was the senior program analyst who led a team that navigated an enhanced combat helmet through qualification testing, initial production and fielding. In doing so, she worked with military counterparts and industry partners to meet newly introduced test criteria.
Maj. Gen. Harold Green was killed in the attack in which 15 NATO soliders were wounded.
Albany native Jeremy Green is wounded in Afghanistan attack in which A U.S. Army general died.
Senate hopeful and her father help out at Albany food bank warehouse
Michelle Nunn was joined by her father, former U.S. Sen. Sam Nunn, at the Second Harvest of South Georgia food bank warehouse in East Albany during her “What Washington Can Learn From Georgia: Strong Bases, Strong Communities” statewide campaign tour.
Sylvester American Legion members active in community
The commander of the Albany American Legion Post 30 steps down to open a new post in Sylvester.
The ceremony is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. Sunday at Post 512
The installation will be followed by a reception.
Leesburg woman says her perspective on Independence Day has changed since marrying to a Marine
The Fourth of July for Madison Williams now goes beyond applying sunscreen, enjoying watermelon and having a good time. It means that her spouse will be honored for the sacrifices he has made, and it’s an opportunity to thank other service members for what they do and the sacrifices they make.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss urges White House to declassify info on exchanged Gitmo prisoners | VIDEO & POLL
Five Afghan nationals labeled as high-risk were sent to Qatar in exchange for the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss says President Barack Obama should explain why the five prisoners were being held, what was found in their annual reviews by the administration and the risks associated with their release.
Albany attractions join national museum network in honoring military
Flint RiverQuarium and Thronateeska Heritage Center will offer free admission to military personnel and their families this summer.
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