Fort Gordon to heighten security

Sunday, May 1, 2011 6:20 PM
Last updated Monday, May 2, 2011 3:06 AM
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Fort Gordon will heighten security measures starting Monday, according to a post news release.

Random checks will be conducted at all gates, so delays are possible for all entering. Added time should be allowed. Installation residents, employees and military personnel are asked to be extra vigilant during this heightened level of security.

Additional information will be provided as required, the release says.

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Ole School
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Ole School 05/01/11 - 08:42 pm
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WHY ? !

WHY ? !

Taylor B
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Taylor B 05/01/11 - 08:57 pm
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Sounds fun...

Sounds fun...

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 05/01/11 - 10:20 pm
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Wouldn't hurt to beef up

Wouldn't hurt to beef up security now and then. I do wonder if there is a specific reason why, even if it isn't necessary for them to tell us. Would like to know why IF the reason WOULD be helpful for the general public to know.

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AutumnLeaves 05/01/11 - 10:57 pm
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The reason is probably

The reason is probably because we believe now that Osama Bin Laden is dead and the U.S. is in possession of his body. I hope all U.S. citizens will be alert for awhile for everyone's sake.

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Riverman1 05/02/11 - 04:43 am
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Yep, now we know why.

Yep, now we know why.

lovebugg
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lovebugg 05/02/11 - 08:13 am
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Traffic was backed up from

Traffic was backed up from the fort gordan gate all the way past powell road this morning!!!! This is crazy!!!!! But if its nessecary then by all means do it!!!!

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