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Eisenhower family could attend renaming ceremony for Fort Eisenhower



When Fort Gordon becomes Fort Eisenhower, there could be some very notable attendees at the ceremony.

Members of the Eisenhower family are working with the installation on the ceremony, said Lesli Ellis-Wouters, chief of Public Affairs, U.S. Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon. 

“We are...

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  1. I heard there would be a surprise ceremonial flyover of a Russian jets christening the new base with a fuel dump, as well as a celebratory balloon contingent from the Chinese communists who have promised to supply some lovely high definition photographs of the event, suitable for framing .

  2. Gen. Eisenhower was a 5 star general, General of the Army. Only five men have held that rank. I believe the circular 5 starr insignia would make an appropriate logo for the fort, in honor of the general and two term president.

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