The New Names of the 9 Military Bases with Confederate Generals are out

Posted By : Manager

Posted : July 15, 2022

The commission was mandated by the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act, which contains a detailed three-year process for renaming or removing Confederate names from U.S. military installations. Army forts named for Confederate generals have received the most attention, but the law also applies to ships, buildings, streets, parks, monuments or any other display.

In May of 2022, an 8-member renaming commission released to Congress a list of alternate names, with the cost estimates, for the military bases named after Confederate leaders.

The 2021 National Defense Authorization Act gives a Jan. 1, 2024 deadline for the Secretary of Defense to implement the renaming plan from the commission

Fort Benning, Georgia
to be renamed in commemoration of
Lt. Gen. Hal Moore and Julia Moore
Fort Moore

Fort Bragg, North Carolina
to be renamed in commemoration of
the American value of Liberty
Fort Liberty

Fort Gordon, Georgia
to be renamed in commemoration of
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Fort Eisenhower

Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia
to be renamed in commemoration of
Dr. Mary Edwards Walker
Fort Walker

Fort Hood, Texas
to be renamed in commemoration of
Gen. Richard E. Cavazos
Fort Cavazos

Fort Lee, Virginia
to be renamed in commemoration of
Lt. Gen. Arthur J. Gregg and Lt. Col. Charity Adams
Fort Gregg-Adams

Fort Pickett, Virginia
to be renamed in commemoration of
Tech. Sgt. Van T. Barfoot
Fort Barfoot

Fort Polk, Louisiana
to be renamed in commemoration of
Sgt. William Henry Johnson
Fort Johnson

Fort Rucker, Alabama
to be renamed in commemoration of CW4 Michael J. Novosel Sr.
Fort Novosel

It is very clear the naming commission’s goal is to select Non-White and None Southerners to please the liberal minority in the United States.

Out of the 9 names, Fort Bragg got the name Liberty which brings it down to 8 an even number.

4 are Non-White (Hispanics and African Americans) and 4 Whites, 3 unknown, including 2 women.

There are Hundreds of Americans who served in the Military with resumes of courage, valor, fame, and years of service, that common sense clearly tells us they deserve this honor. But there is only a hand full of and not many choices to cater to the liberal Marxists in each state.

This is why in Texas they chose a Hispanic general. In Louisiana, they chose an African American Sergeant who fought in WW1. In Virginia, they chose a woman Doctor who has never experienced battle.

In Virginia for Fort Lee, they chose 2 names. A Hispanic Lt. General, and an African American female who literary worked as a private in the mail room at the end of WW1 in 1918.

In this country, millions of Americans have given their lives to protect our freedom, liberty, and democracy.

Our Government, all the public and private sectors, legislatures, and communities preach to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and the laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country.

No one should, be judged or profiled for their race, ethnicity, gender, or religious beliefs. But race is the only main factor that the naming commission used to come up with the replacement names of our famous heroic Confederate Generals.

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