Democrats Remove American History

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Democrats Remove American History

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Thursday signed an independent commission’s recommendation which wants U.S. military facilities to replace or remove, “all names, symbols, displays, monuments, and paraphernalia that honor or commemorate the Confederacy.”

In a memo, Austin wrote that the symbols used in the military are powerful and can be vital national security assets. For this reason, facilities and installations should be welcoming and inspiring to all those who are there, and they should reflect the United States values that active members have sworn to protect.

Starting on Dec. 18, 2022, the Department of Defense is set to start the process of renaming streets, buildings, and assets according to these new guidelines.

Some of the places set to have a name change include nine Army posts, Forts Benning and Gordon in Georgia; Forts Lee, A.P Hill and Pickett in Virginia; Fort Bragg in North Carolina, Fort Rucker in Alabama, Fort Polk in Louisiana and Fort Hood in Texas.

The new names are set to be the following. Fort Benning is to be renamed to Fort Moore; Fort Polk is to be renamed to Fort Johnson; Fort Bragg is to be renamed Fort Liberty; Fort Gordon to Fort Eisenhower; Fort Hood to Fort Cavazos; Fort Lee to Fort Gregg-Adams; Fort Pickett to Fort Barfoot; Fort Rucker to Fort Novosel.

Navy ships USS Chancellorsville and USNS Maury are also going to be renamed but the new names have not yet been decided on.

These efforts were set to cost as much as $62.5 million.

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