The uncertainty surrounding civilian furloughs in the U.S. Department of Defense lingered Wednesday as Fort Gordon employees braced for news of what days they must stop reporting to work.
Fort Gordon Army wife Shayla Bowling has relayed the complexity of life as a military spouse, tending to a home with two young children, with a husband summoned for repeated deployments by ...
The Georgia Labor Department brought scores of business recruiters to Fort Gordon on Tuesday for the post's largest hiring fair of the year, where more than 1,000 veterans turned up looking for work.
A job expo at Fort Gordon's Army Reserve Center will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 7.
As Washington prepares to restructure the Army, community leaders from across the Augusta area met Thursday to express support for Fort Gordon, which could lose thousands of soldiers in Defense ...
Henry Birnbrey urged more than 300 Fort Gordon soldiers to "remember the Holocaust," because if not he said "we are doomed to relive" the traumatic chain of events that led to the killing of 6 ...
Fort Gordon will hold a "listening session" Thursday to give area residents, community leaders and elected officials an opportunity to provide feedback on potential troop reductions at the local ...
With military air shows grounded, jazz bands muffled and firework displays extinguished because federal budget cuts, some are concerned Fort Gordon's events could be next.
Fort Gordon has been selected as one of 29 Army installations to hold listening session on cuts detailed in the Budget Control Act of 2011.
Fort Gordon's Spring Fest 2013 will begin at 4 p.m. Thursday with a carnival, displays and music. It runs through Sunday at Barton Field.
Subway opened a location at Fort Gordon on Monday in the Godfathers Building.
A departure ceremony was held Saturday at Fort Gordon for the 278th Military Police Company of the Army National Guard, which will soon deploy to Afghanistan.
New court procedures at Fort Gordon hope to bring more accountability and improve safety and reduce the number of speeders at the Augusta Army post.
Two-week furloughs are coming this summer to Fort Gordon, but when is yet to be known.
Augusta-based businesses, institutions and people collected more than $400 million in federally-funded grants, payments, subsidies and salaries last year, an Augusta Chronicle analysis of federal ...
Jovarius Lundy dug his feet into the quarter-mile track at Fort Gordon's Barton Field on Wednesday and with the loud blow of a whistle, ran the 50-meter dash in under 12 seconds.
About 125 soldiers in the 518th Tactical Installation Networking Company returned to Fort Gordon on Wednesday after a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan and the Middle East.
The furloughs would last for 22 weeks, taking away a day of work each week for all of the hospital's 1,500 civilian employees. Details are still being worked out.
The Vet Center Program was established by Congress in 1979 after the Vietnam War, as it became evident that veterans were having a difficult time transitioning from a war zone to civilian life.