Cost $15 (veterans $10)
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DEADLINE SUNDAY, AUGUST 25TH
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A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE
On June 2, 1917, a new Army Training Center was established to answer America’s call for trained fighting men the early ominous days of World War I. This installation would become the largest and most active of its kind in the world.
First known as the Sixth National Cantonment, and later as Camp Jackson, Fort Jackson has always served as the Army’s pioneer in the training environment. Named in honor of Maj. Gen. Andrew Jackson, a native son of the Palmetto State and the seventh president of the U.S., Camp Jackson was designated as one of 16 national cantonments constructed to support the war effort.