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Col. Mark Shade, Fort Jackson deputy commander, and Col. James Ellerson Jr, garrison commander cut the ribbon officially opening the post's new headquarters building Jan. 29.
Col. Morris T. Goins, chief of staff for Fort Jackson, hands Winnie Tataw a book written by Brooks Harper, an author, inspirational speaker and board of director member of the Boys & Girls Club of the Midlands.
New signs are posted in the parking lot on the ground level of the Joe E. Mann center off Magruder Avenue identifying parking spaces for Families with strollers going to CYSS. U.S. Army photo by Jennifer Stride
Dr. Jason D. Moser explains how Jacob Borchardt is slowly uncovering an wooden structure believed to be a plank road. Once the structure has been recorded it will be covered up again with soil to protect it.
When several Iraqi policemen were in Columbia, South Carolina for a weeklong visit with the Richland County Sheriff's Department their visit brought them to Fort Jackson for a day to see what the Army does and get a short history lesson on Army Basic Combat Training.
The Fort Jackson Patriots FIRST LEGO League Team 22589 received the Judges Award at the 2015 -- 2016 FIRST LEGO League "TRASH TREK" Challenge Jan. 16 at Doby's Mill Elementary School in Lugoff, South Carolina.
Fort Jackson celebrated one of the nation's most cherished civil rights leaders -- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., during a luncheon celebrating his life Jan. 22 at the NCO Club on post.
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