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Surprised? Don't be

The Fort Dix would-be terrorists appear to have been a sad-sack lot, taking their...on radical Islam are saying they're surprised by the nationality of the Fort Dix suspects, which includes four ethnic Albanians. They're surprised principally...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/05/10/edi_127873.shtml
Editorials
Col. Mary L. Chadwick (ATHENS, Ga.)

...assignments to include Okinawa, Germany, Hawaii, Fort Gordon, Fort Stewart, Fort Polk, Letterman Army Medical Center, Fort Dix and Fitzsimmons Medical Center in Denver. While serving in Okinawa, she was a member of the MEDEVAC Team, which escorted...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/11/20/obi_556427.shtml
Obituaries
John P. Reichel, MSGT (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

...achieved the rank of Master Sergeant. He continued working closely with the military for decades as a signal instructor at Fort Dix and Fort Gordon until his final retirement in 1990 after more than 46 years of combined service. Mr. Reichel, a resident...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/05/28/obi_525561.shtml
Obituaries
John P. Reichel, MSGT (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

...achieved the rank of Master Sergeant. He continued working closely with the military for decades as a signal instructor at Fort Dix and Fort Gordon until his final retirement in 1990 after more than 46 years of combined service. Mr. Reichel, a resident...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/05/27/obi_525442.shtml
Obituaries
Troy David Savage (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...nine months old, he moved to Oregon where he resided until he joined the Army in 1986. He attended Basic Training at Fort Dix, NY and served his first tour in Darmstadt, Germany. He then served in Kuwait until 1992. He was honorably discharged...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/04/29/obi_196841.shtml
Obituaries
Augusta-area residents remember JFK assassination

...Hardy Jr., Augusta I had been in the U.S. Army five months and was stationed with Company B, 5th Training Regiment, Fort Dix, N.J., for training as a radio operator. I was assigned as barracks orderly for the day. I had the platoon bay...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-11-20/augusta-area-residents-rememb
Whither the traitor's fate?

...pat us on the back, all the while plotting to attack us on our own soil, or actually doing so, as at Fort Hood and Fort Dix. And they're traveling to enemy territory to train and fight, as in the traitorous "American Taliban" John Walker...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/12/11/edi_559012.shtml
Editorials
Training in Army aids role of deputy

...now-defunct Women's Army Corps at Fort McClellan, Ala. "When I was in it, I was kind of jealous because at places like Fort Dix (N.J.) and here we were all women," she said. Now it's something to be proud of. "You kind of beam when you...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/31/met_417371.shtml
Metro
Soldiers' Iraq tour extended

...National Guard Unit that replaced the Georgia-based 48th Infantry Brigade. In January 2006, the 170 soldiers left for Fort Dix, N.J., for two months of training. Their deployment to Iraq marked the first time since World War II battalion members...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/02/08/met_115669.shtml
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Army tests intelligence unit

...Nearly 1,000 soldiers at Fort Gordon; Fort Jackson, S.C.; Corry Station, Fla.; Edgewood Arsenal, Md.; Fort Dix, N.J.; and Fort Bliss, Texas, are participating in the exercise. At Fort Gordon's Training Area 8, where the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/11/13/met_217430.shtml
Metro