Soldiers at Fort Benning wear masks to protect against COVID-19, April 27, 2020.

More than 60 Fort Benning soldiers have been punished for violating COVID-19 rules

Army officials at Fort Benning, Georgia have gotten serious about enforcing COVID-19 restrictions by handing down punishments under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and administrative discipline to more than 60 soldiers, posting some of those actions on social media

Confederate flags fly near a monument at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston., S.C., on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. On this day in 1863, Confederate Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson died. May 10 is observed as Confederate Memorial Day in the Carolinas.

Trump and Congress are on a collision course over Confederate names of military bases

President Trump threatened to veto any defense bill that renames military bases and other assets named after Confederate generals.

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More than 200 soldiers just tested positive for COVID-19 at Army basic training sites

Most of those infected originally tested negative.