Sen. Saxby Chambliss visits Fort Benning

By U.S. ArmyAugust 13, 2009

Chambliss visited Cashe Town on Sand Hill Tuesday to observe training.  After observing the training, Chambliss shook hands with some of the Soldiers.  "It makes me proud that you're Georgians and you're here for the right reasons.  We'll (make) a better America because of what you do."
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chambliss visited Cashe Town on Sand Hill Tuesday to observe training. After observing the training, Chambliss shook hands with some of the Soldiers. "It makes me proud that you're Georgians and you're here for the right reasons. We'll (make) a better America because of what you do." (Photo Credit: photos by Karen Seda) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT BENNING GA - Post Commanding General MG Michael Ferriter, top left, 2nd Battalion, 54th Infantry Regiment, commander LTC Dean Weiler, CPT John Dudish, drill sergeant SFC James Finfrock and U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss watch Soldiers in C Company, 2nd Bn., 54th Inf. Regt., as they exit a building after clearing the rooms.  Chambliss visited Cashe Town on Sand Hill Tuesday to observe training.  "It gives him a chance to see some of his sons of Georgia in Infantry training," said MAJ Charles Hallman, operations officer for the 192nd Infantry Brigade.  After observing the training, Chambliss shook hands with some of the Soldiers.  "It makes me proud that you're Georgians and you're here for the right reasons.  We'll (make) a better America because of what you do."
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT BENNING GA - Post Commanding General MG Michael Ferriter, top left, 2nd Battalion, 54th Infantry Regiment, commander LTC Dean Weiler, CPT John Dudish, drill sergeant SFC James Finfrock and U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss watch Soldiers in C Company, 2nd Bn., 54th Inf. Regt., as they exit a building after clearing the rooms. Chambliss visited Cashe Town on Sand Hill Tuesday to observe training. "It gives him a chance to see some of his sons of Georgia in Infantry training," said MAJ Charles Hallman, operations officer for the 192nd Infantry Brigade. After observing the training, Chambliss shook hands with some of the Soldiers. "It makes me proud that you're Georgians and you're here for the right reasons. We'll (make) a better America because of what you do." (Photo Credit: photos by Karen Seda) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT BENNING GA - U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss  visited Cashe Town on Sand Hill Tuesday to observe training.  “It gives him a chance to see some of his sons of Georgia in Infantry training,” said MAJ Charles Hallman, operations officer for the 192nd Infantry Brigade.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT BENNING GA - U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss visited Cashe Town on Sand Hill Tuesday to observe training. “It gives him a chance to see some of his sons of Georgia in Infantry training,” said MAJ Charles Hallman, operations officer for the 192nd Infantry Brigade. (Photo Credit: photos by Karen Seda) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT BENNING GA - Post Commanding General MG Michael Ferriter and U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss watch Soldiers in C Company, 2nd Bn., 54th Inf. Regt., training.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT BENNING GA - Post Commanding General MG Michael Ferriter and U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss watch Soldiers in C Company, 2nd Bn., 54th Inf. Regt., training. (Photo Credit: photos by Karen Seda) VIEW ORIGINAL