Fort Gordon must shine in its new spotlight

The eyes of the Army are upon us.

Let’s face it – unprecedented growth has been planned for Fort Gordon, the Secretary of the Army made his first visit to the installation on Monday, more high-level visits are expected, and the phone lines between here and the nation’s capital have been buzzing. And it’s only just beginning.

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