The operation, named for a German saying wishing paratroopers a lucky jump, brought together service members and aircraft from units in Fort Bragg, N.C.; Fort Valley, Ga.; and Atlanta.
Twelve soldiers from the 35th Signal Brigade were welcomed home Thursday after a deployment in which they supported U.S. troops training Iraqi forces.
If you hear gunfire coming from the area of Fort Gordon on Friday and Saturday, it is probably just a drill.
Communities along Fort Gordon's western boundaries should expect to hear live fire and explosions from the Army post on Friday and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to post officials. The ...
Workers broke ground in May on the 30-megawatt solar panel field. The framing work to support more than 137,000 solar panels began last month.
Ten soldiers, civilians and volunteers were honored at the Fort Gordon Annual Awards.
A 32-year-old man who died Monday in a motorcycle accident was a soldier stationed at Fort Gordon, post officials announced Wednesday.
Fort Gordon officials said Friday that they have identified a handful of rooms in two barracks that showed "signs for concern" regarding mold. The checks were done after a Facebook post showed ...
As expected, the installation swelled by roughly 1,000 service members as it continues to prepare for the arrival of Army Cyber Command, expected to relocate to the Augusta-area base by 2019.
More than 3,000 soldiers-in-training left Fort Gordon Friday to begin their two-week holiday leave.
Board President Helen Minchew said the property near Jimmie Dyess Parkway and Interstate 20 would be an ideal place for a K-8 school meant to serve some of the military families moving to the area.
According to Fort Gordon's Public Affairs Office, the Army will reduce the 434th Army Band, commonly known as the Signal Corps Band, from 39 soldiers to 12.
Fort Gordon will conduct routine live fire training from Tuesday through Thursday, according to the installation's Public Affairs Office.
The Christmas Spirit Foundation and FedEx gave away over 300 live evergreens to active duty service members and their families, some showing up almost three hours before the giveaway started.
Christmas House began in 1966 when nurses at Dwight D. Eisenhower Medical Center collected teddy bears to give to the children of soldiers going off to Vietnam.
A wreath-laying ceremony was held to honor 22 German and Italian prisoners of war who died while captive and were buried in a small cemetery near Fort Gordon's Gate 2.
In a ceremony at Barton Field, Lt. Col. Joshua Comstock assumed command of the 525th Processing Exploitation Dissemination Battalion (Provision),
After running nonstop for 10 days and more than 1,500 miles, hundreds of service members completed the 11th annual Tribute to the Fallen at Fort Gordon on Friday.
Lawmakers passed a revised spending bill Thursday that included $445 million to provide new Army cyber facilities at Fort Gordon and a one-year funding extension for a Savannah River Site facility.
For 10 days, Marines, Navy and other military personnel will run laps around Barton Field to represent those who have sacrificed their lives abroad.