Command Sgt. Major Teresa King oversees the training of all drill sergeants in the Army, at Fort Jackson.
The "Resolute" was discovered ashore, after the action, about a mile above Fort Jackson and abandoned by her crew.
When taken possession of, Fort Jackson was found to have suffered greatly.
It was more irregular in shape than Fort Jackson, and with its guns seemed to command every point on the river.
Fort Jackson, on the southern bank of the bend, was a pentagonal casemated work, built of brick.
Since the taking of Fort Jackson, the days have gone by like a dream.
The Itasca, on coming abreast of Fort Jackson, was pierced by several shot, one of them entering the boiler.
About off Fort Jackson, near the mouth of the river, came the reply.
The mortar schooners moved up stream to a point near Fort Jackson, and began a heavy bombardment.
The night was dark, but on the banks near Fort Jackson there was a blazing wood fire, that threw its light across the stream.