August 22, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Signal Soldiers prepare for future during training

Before the brink of dawn Aug. 11, Soldiers of the 35th Signal Brigade woke up to the call-ofduty. They geared up, loaded their bags, and prepared to deploy all of the brigade’s equipment to training sites from the east coast to the west coast. More...

Community Events

Swap and Assist Shop offers unique shopping experience

Several years ago anArmy spouse, while volunteering with the Army Community Service Welcome and Assistance Program at Kelly Barracks in Europe, saw a need to help non-command sponsored military spouses furnish a home or clothe their children in an in More...

Course prepares nurses for trauma situations

Every minute a critically injured person’s assessment can mean the difference between life and death, and nurses are often the ones doing the assessment. It’s one of many reasons Maj. More...

Band of Soldiers turn to music as therapy

War leaves scars. Some are obvious and are clearly visible while others can be hidden deep in the mind. More...

Chaplain's News

Matters of Faith

Remain strong, on solid foundation

The story has been told of a young man, whose first job was working in a rope factory. These were no ordinary ropes but the thick ropes used for sea faring vessels. More...

Fort Gordon Religious Services Schedule:

Protestant Services: (Sundays) More...

Spectrum

Visits show Gordon’s growing importance

There was a time, not too long ago, when Fort Gordon was widely regarded as a sleepy little Southern Army post where Soldiers learned to use radios. If you asked someone what they knew about Fort Gordon, they’d say, “Oh yeah, Gordon. More...

Dash of color

Runners battle through post 5K in style

A rainbow of color weaved through Fort Gordon Saturday during the Battle of the Colors 5K Fun Run/Walk as participants were blasted with powder as they made their way through the route. More...

Fort Gordon stresses voting, women’s history

The Installation Equal Opportunity office, the Installation Voting Assistance office, and the Exchange will jointly set up a voters’ registration booth from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Exchange. More...

News Update

Food drive

Feds Feeds Families Campaign food drive bins are located at the Darling Hall main entrances. All donations go to the Golden Harvest Food Bank. The campaign ends Aug. 31. For more information or to make a large donation, call (706) 791-7222. More...

Family readiness symposium

Army Community Service will hold a Fort Gordon Family Readiness Symposium IV at 9 a.m. Sept. 30 at the Gordon Conference and Catering Center. The theme for 2014 is “Battlegear for the FRG: Arming Leaders and Families for Success.” More...

Military job fair

Active duty military, veterans, retirees and military spouses are invited to Imagine, Job & Resource Fair, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Citizens Park Office and Conference Center, 640 Old Airport Road, Aiken, South Carolina. More...

Viewpoint

Homeschool families gather, exchange ideas

Recently Balfour Beatty Community Group sponsored a Meet & Greet for all the homeschool families who live on post to get together and find out who their neighbors are that also homeschool. More...

AIT Warrior Spotlight

Note: AIT Warrior Spotlight is a weekly feature showcasing the newest members of the United States Army. Young Soldiers who are attending Advanced Individual Training in their selected military occupational specialty, will be featured in The Signal. More...

Cyber360

U.S. Army shared on Facebook What #USArmy value means the most to you and why? www.army.mil/values/ - Logan Dean: Integrity. Without it, the others are just empty words. More...

Sports

Sports

Battle of the Colors 5K Top Ten Men’s results More...