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Fort Eustis

Fort Eustis
Fort Eustis is an United States Army military installation located in Newport News, Virginia.
Fort Eustis is an United States Army military installation located in Newport News, Virginia. « Show less

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  • Lives, careers start here in Norfolk

    Community colleges, technical schools, graduate schools and more. No matter what type of education you're looking for, it's available here in Hampton Roads. Eastern Virginia Medical School. Norfolk. Public. About 800 students in master's and doctorate...
  • Lives, careers start here in Hampton

    Community colleges, technical schools, graduate schools and more. No matter what type of education you're looking for, it's available here in Hampton Roads. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Florida-based, with students at branch campuses at...
  • 2008 STORY: New Federal Courthouse for Peninsula

    A new federal courthouse will open its doors in downtown Newport News this month -- promising to make life easier for local lawyers, witnesses, federal agents, jurors and defendants. But no judges have yet been assigned to the courthouse, and it...
  • Does closing JFCOM really save money?

    Does closing JFCOM really save money?
    Defense Secretary Robert Gates wants to close Joint Forces Command to help change "the culture of endless money" at the Pentagon. But some analysts and local politicians doubt he'll hit that target. The announcement of JFCOM's closure caused shock and...
  • Williamsburg area military bases

    Our area is home to scores of military personnel and their families. Norfolk isn’t far away and is home to thousands of servicemen and women. A bit closer to home there are several bases. Here is information on some: Yorktown Naval Weapons Station and...
  • Bataan Death March: A WWII vet walked to survive

    Bataan Death March: A WWII vet walked to survive
    Never give up. Always help your brother. Those two themes run through the family of James Downey Jr., two positives that grew from one of the darkest chapters of American military history. Downey was a young solder in the prime of life, six years...
  • Fort Monroe Historic Tour invites public to see homes and churches

    Fort Monroe Historic Tour invites public to see homes and churches
    When Amanda Moore and her husband, John, sit on the porch at their Fort Monroe home, they often admire an oldie but goody in the back yard. "We look at that tree and think about what it has seen," she said, referring to the 500-year-old live oak known as...
  • Iraqi postcard gives local widow hope

    Tucked in the small prayer book that Sarah Cowherd received in the mail was a handwritten letter from her husband, Army 2nd Lt. Leonard M. Cowherd III. "He wrote about three soldiers that had died that day," Sarah said as tears she refused to let fall...
  • Fort Eustis soldier killed in Iraq

    A Virginia Beach man assigned to Fort Eustis was one of three soldiers killed Wednesday in an attack at Balad Air Base in Iraq. The attack wounded 23 soldiers and two civilians, Department of Defense officials said. Spec. Jeremy M. Dimaranan, 29, was a...
  • Local man dies

    A former Marine working as a private contractor in Iraq was killed Sunday when his convoy was attacked. A former Marine who spent most of past year in Iraq only to return as a private contractor two months ago was killed Sunday when a bomb blew up his...
  • Fort Eustis mourns lost soldier

    When the 89th Transportation Company received orders to deliver medical supplies and other equipment to a Marine Corps unit near Najaf, Iraq, Army Spc. Raymond J. Faulstich Jr. volunteered to drive. "He knew the risks and he still volunteered," 1st Lt....
  • Fort Story suffers first Iraq death

    A Fort Story soldier died at a military hospital in Baghdad on Friday of wounds he suffered in a rocket attack in Fallujah. Sgt. Carlos M. Camacho-Rivera is Fort Story's first casualty in the war. The 24-year-old cargo handler, whose parents, wife and...