Fort Benning News

  Robins Air Force Base turns former Publix into training center

Georgia has become the home to a new high-tech Air Force training center.

  Ft. Benning celebrates German and Italian Day at Main Post Cemetery

A Vietnam veteran died with no family, so other vets stepped up to remember him

Healing 4 Heroes helping veterans transition with trained service dogs

11 Chattahoochee Valley brothers serve more than 150 years in the military

Fox NFL Sunday to broadcast live from York Field at Fort Benning

Korean War soldier, Columbus native laid to rest in Fort Benning

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  With evidence of Russian buildup in European foothold, US military is at the ready

Medal of Honor awarded to Sgt. Maj. John Canley, who saved fellow Marines during Vietnam battle

Lt. Gen. Laura Richardson becomes first woman to lead largest command in US Army

Annual Ft. Benning sniper competition kicks off for the eighteenth year

Pentagon reveals cyber breach of travel records

Fort Benning Ranger arrested for rape in Auburn

Columbus native keeping the Navy wing flying with his service

A 2007 Kendrick High School graduate and Columbus, GA native is keeping the Navy’s wing flying with his service.

Ft. Benning soldiers deliver donations to Ronald McDonald House Charities by ruck march

The brigade delivered donations of canned goods and supplies they’ve been collecting since June.

  SPECIAL REPORT: Fort Benning officials react to lead exposure cases on post with town hall

SPECIAL REPORT: Fort Benning officials react to lead exposure cases on post with town hall

‘Lowest level of humanity’: Man allegedly urinates on flags in veterans cemetery

Police are investigating, and the mayor says he’s confident anyone found guilty will be held “fully responsible for these despicable actions.”

  Army ranger dies in vehicle accident during training at Fort Benning

2018 Maneuver Warfighter Conference held at Ft. Benning

Ft. Benning soldier dies following 'apparent insider attack' in Afghanistan

Fort Benning to host Oktoberfest starting Oct. 19

UPDATE: Fort Benning responds to reports of lead at military housing

Fort Benning celebrates 78th National Airborne Day

  Military Matters: Pay raise coming for members of the military

Men and women in uniform are a month and a half away from their largest pay increase in almost a decade.

GA Army National Guard actively recruiting

The Army National Guard is actively recruiting.

National Infantry Museum celebrates Fourth of July with Freedom Fest

In the spirit of our nation's 242nd year of independence, people pulled out their best red, white and blue for this year's Freedom Fest at the National Infantry Museum.

Veterans complain about waiting in line in the heat at Columbus' Veterans Services Office

Several Veterans in Columbus are complaining about long lines and the conditions at a local office where they go for assistance News Leader 9 received calls from veterans waiting in line outside of this office you see behind me, the Georgia Department of Veteran Services.

Fort Benning introduces 59th Commandant of US Army Infantry School

There is a new leader taking over the infantry school at Fort Benning. Brigadier General David M. Hodne will now serve as the 59th Commandant of the U.S. Army Infantry School after a ceremony Friday at the Benning Club Post.

Military Matters: Army reserve soldiers gear up for battle

It's said that an army is only as good as its training, which means preparing for combat is often more important than actually being in the battle itself.

  Fort Benning welcomes new Commander for Airborne and Ranger Training

July 24 is a day of change at Fort Benning as the post welcomes a new Commander for Airborne and Ranger Training.

Fort Benning Family and MWR helping active duty families by giving school supplies

Fort Benning Family and MWR is hosting the annual Back to School Bash on July 27. The event will begin at 9 a.m. and last until noon

Military Matters: Young female soldiers taking charge of ammunition

There is a wonderful patriotic song from World War II called 'Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition.'

Fort Benning names 9-year-old honorary command sergeant

Eli Wilson, a 9-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome, was named an honorary command sergeant major during his visit to Fort Benning on Thursday, July 26. According to Wayne Smith, Wilson's grandfather, Wilson strongly admires the Army and told his grandfather he wanted to meet a sergeant.