Students help make God Bless Fort Benning Headquarters a Reality

Columbus Technical College cabinetmaking students, led by instructor Gordon Unrein, helped make the God Bless Fort Benning (GBFB) headquarters a reality. The students built cabinets, counters and wall dividers for the headquarters. The GBFB office will serve military personnel and their families by providing them with access to telephones, the Internet, email and other support services.

The Grand Opening was held on Wednesday, November 14, 2007:


Columbus Technical College cabinetmaking students, led by instructor Gordon Unrein, helped make the God Bless Fort Benning (GBFB) headquarters a reality.


The grand opening for the GBFB space was held on Wednesday, November 14th. The students built cabinets, counters and wall dividers for the headquarters. 


The GBFB office will serve military personnel and their families by providing them with access to telephones, the Internet, email and other support services.

God Bless Fort Benning is also an annual event held each November in Columbus to show support for troops and their families. It will be held Saturday, November 17th along Broadway in Uptown Columbus. The event started as a counter protest to thousands of people who came to Fort Benning each year speaking out against WHINSEC (Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation), formerly known as the School of the Americas (SOA).

For more information on the project and the November 17th event, please visit www.godblessfortbenning.com.