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  • Fort Jackson graduates basic trainees days before 9/11 anniversary

    Fort Jackson graduated its latest group of basic trainees on Thursday, three days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The fort also is observing its 100th birthday this year. As part of The State's coverage of the fort's centennial, we followed several members of this group of trainees as they prepared for and went through basic training.

Fort Jackson graduated its latest group of basic trainees on Thursday, three days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The fort also is observing its 100th birthday this year. As part of The State's coverage of the fort's centennial, we followed several members of this group of trainees as they prepared for and went through basic training. Paul Osmundson / posmundson@thestate.com
Fort Jackson graduated its latest group of basic trainees on Thursday, three days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The fort also is observing its 100th birthday this year. As part of The State's coverage of the fort's centennial, we followed several members of this group of trainees as they prepared for and went through basic training. Paul Osmundson / posmundson@thestate.com

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