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Eugene Ely pilots the first flight off a ship just off Old Point Comfort in Hampton Roads on Nov. 14, 1910.
Quintas: Resources decreasing for the Army
Minutes before military leaders said goodbye to Brig. Gen. Leopoldo A. Quintas, the chief of the U.S. Armor School at Fort Benning said he thinks the Army is facing a transitional period.
Obama Attributes Wildfires To Climate Change
President Barack Obama says a wildfire that has burned nearly 400 square miles in the north-central part of Washington state, along with blazes in other Western areas, can be attributed to climate change.
Archaeologists showcase finds from refugee slave camp
Archaeologists are uncovering pieces of Hampton's history downtown, and Friday they took tarps off several dig sites and showed the public what they've recovered.
Maj. Gen. Scott Miller takes command of Fort Benning
While he is an Infantryman, Miller has spent much of his 31-year career in Special Operations, a group of military personnel who carry out mostly covert operations in hostile or politically sensitive areas.
Maj. Gen. Scott Miller to assume command of Fort Benning on Friday
Maj. Gen. Scott Miller, who has extensive special operations experience, assumes command of Fort Benning from Maj.
Miller to take command during July 11 ceremony at National Infantry Museum
Maj. Gen. H. R. McMaster will relinquish command of the Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning to Maj.
'Our Company ... is Gone'
A special audio presentation describing the tragic ending to a locally recruited unit of soldiers deployed to Virginia in 1862 in the early stages of the Civil War will be the prelude to the traditional 4th of July fireworks display at the Dana Thompson Memorial Rec Park this Friday.