Fort Jackson Graduation Hotel -
Special Fort Jackson Graduation Hotel Discounts:
Fort Jackson Graduation Columbia South Carolina - US Army Training Center:
Fort Jackson Graduation Hotel - Graduation is a time to spend with family and friends while celebrating your accomplishments. Come join us at the Holiday Inn Express Columbia South Carolina Fort Jackson Graduation Hotel to relax and enjoy graduation week. We are proud your loved one has chosen to serve and we hope you choose to stay with us!
Fort Jackson Graduation Hotel Location - We are located within walking distance to Columbiana Mall, various restaurants and the movie theater. Just a short drive down the road will bring you to Lake Murray where you can spend the day relaxing in the sun, canoeing, kayaking, sailing or leisurely cruising around the lake in a power boat or fishing boat. Only 15 miles away - one of the closest Fort Jackson hotels near the base in a safe area!
Our luxury Fort Jackson Graduation hotel caters to you!
- Free Hot Buffet Breakfast
- Located in the center of dining, shopping and activities
- Safe / Secure Environment
$84.00 per night for a standard room if you stay 2 or more nights consecutively - Thursday night stay required.
$99.00 per night for a suite if you stay 2 or more nights consecutively - Thursday night stay required.
Rate includes all of the amenities listed with the Manager's Special!
This offer is not available online - you must call the hotel's front desk to take advantage of this offer: 877-354-7344
The Fort Jackson special offered will not be available:
Nov 15-16, Nov 29-30
Rates do not apply with any other promotions or discounts. Rates are based on availability. Call 877-354-7344 our Hotel front desk is standing by waiting for your call! Call now availability is limited! All applicable South Carolina taxes apply. Discount based on availability no other discounts apply.
- This Fort Jackson Graduation Hotel offer is not available online -
You must call the hotel's front desk to take advantage of this offer: 877-354-7344
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites | 211 Lanneau Court | Columbia,SC 29212 | Phone: (877) 354-7344 |
Fort Jackson Information - Columbia SC!
Fort Jackson was created in 1917 (as Camp Jackson) as the United States entered World War I. At the conclusion of World War I, Camp Jackson was shut down and the Camp was abandoned 25 April 1922 pursuant to General Orders No. 33, War Department, 27 July 1921. Camp Jackson was reactivated for World War II. At the conclusion of World War II, the post was to have been inactivated by 1950; however, the outbreak of the Korean War caused the Post to remain active and it remains an active duty post in the early 21st Century.
Encompassing 52,000 acres east of Columbia, Fort Jackson is the largest, most active Initial Entry Training Center in the US Army, providing training to 34% of new soldiers each year and 69% of women entering the Army. The fort includes 50 ranges, 1,000 buildings, and 41,000 soldiers who are trained each year. An additional 19,000 soldiers attend the Soldier Support Institute, Chaplain Center, Polygraph School and Drill Sergeant School. Several museums describe America’s military history and trace Fort Jackson’s contribution to America’s military power. More than 100,000 family members visit Columbia each year to attend Friday afternoon basic training graduation, a stirringly patriotic event that takes place 41 times during the year. Visit www.jackson.army.mil.
The Army Training Center and Fort Jackson executes Basic Combat Training also called Boot Camp and Advanced Individual Training; enhances our Drill Sergeant and Cadre Leader Training; and synchronizes our Service Support Operating Systems in order to effectively transform civilians, train Soldiers, and develop leaders who live the Warrior Ethos, are physically tough, mentally adaptive, and able to contribute to the success of their first unit of assignment supporting ARFORGEN requirements for both the Operational Army and the Generating Force.