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Terace Garnier

Pentagon Reporter

Terace Garnier served her country for six years in the United States Air Force as a broadcast journalist and anchor for the Pacific Report while stationed at Yokota Air Force Base, Japan. After separating from the military, she continued to work in news with the Fox News Channel’s DC Bureau as a freelance associate producer before earning her Masters in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University. Following her degree, she went back to Fox News Channel in 2016 as a regional multimedia reporter. She covered Mike Pence, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Tim Kane, Roy Moore, Luther Strange, and Doug Jones on the campaign trail. She has also covered the trial hearings of: Dylann Roof, Reality Winner, Michael Slager, and Bowe Bergdahl and has reported during natural disasters like Irma, the 2018 snow storm in Charleston, and the rare transcontinental solar eclipse. She then traveled to West Palm Beach in 2018 and worked as a general news reporter for WPBF 25. Fun Fact- She started building furniture in 2018, which has turned into a full business called Live Edge Artistry LLC.

Recent Work
Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, Commander of U.S. Central Command
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APU.S.

Pentagon Admits Fatal Drone Strike In Afghanistan Was A Mistake

Attorney Ben Crump speaks about the Crutcher family's request to investigate the death of Terence Crutcher
Tiffany CrutcherU.S.

Crutcher Family Seeks DOJ Investigation Into Fatal Police Shooting

Terry MoultonU.S.

Retired Admiral Recalls 9/11 At The Pentagon

U.S. Marines in Afghanistan
Sgt. Isaiah CampbellU.S.

Veterans Are Outraged Over Handling of Afghanistan Evacuations

Col. Thomas EsserU.S.

U.S. Air Force Commander Saves Afghan Family

A U.S. soldier holds a sign as hundreds of people gather near an evacuation control checkpoint
Wali Sabawoon / APWorld

What It's Like Living As A Female Journalist Under Taliban Rule

Zeeko_E_MissySci/Health

How Will The Delta Variant Impact Your Favorite Shows

Terace GarnierU.S.

Mistrust Leads Tulsa Massacre Descendants to Request DOJ Investigation

Police block off an entrance to the Pentagon following reports of multiple gunshots.
Kevin Wolf / APU.S.

"Multiple Casualties" Following Violence Near Pentagon

People pose with the Olympic Rings
Koji Sasahara/APU.S.

Tokyo State Of Emergency Leads To New Restrictions, Ban on Spectators

Terace GarnierU.S.

Only Female Soldier In Tokyo's Pentathlon Sets Her Eyes on Gold

Terace Garnier/ NewsyU.S.

D.C. Hosts First Of Its Kind 'Pridemobile' Parade

NewsyU.S.

Tulsa Massacre Survivor Shares Story of Survival, Perseverance, Hope

Victim of Tulsa Massacre
University of Tulsa ArchivesU.S.

What Really Happened To 'Black Wall Street' In 1921?

Mourners perform last rites for a COVID-19 victim
AP/Aijaz RahiU.S.

Indian Students In U.S. Raise Money For COVID Crisis At Home

Elon Wilson and his son
Marvin MillerU.S.

Black Firefighter Out Of Prison After Discovery Of Falsified Documents

Jonathan Pentland shoving a man
UsetmxU.S.

White S.C. Soldier Charged With Assaulting Black Man

FacebookU.S.

New Military Diversity Chief Investigated Over 'Controversial' Posts

New Recruits with Hotel Company are screened after arriving at Marine Corps Recruit Depot.
SGT BROOKE WOODS / DVIDSU.S.

Military To Weed Out Extremists With Tattoo Database, House Visits

Service member receives vaccine
Deidre Smith / DVIDSU.S.

U.S. Military Won't Require COVID Vaccinations For Service Members

City of Richardson worker Kaleb Love stands in a frozen fountain as he takes a break from clearing ice
AP/LM OteroU.S.

Some Texas Hotels Accused Of Price Gouging As Residents Seek Shelter

Service member looks in weapon viewfinder
DVIDSU.S.

Pentagon To Tackle Extremism With Soon-To-Be Veterans

Woman in Army uniform ties back hair
DVIDSU.S.

Military Changes Hair Standards To Be More Inclusive For Minorities

Funeral for Brian Sicknick
Senior Airman Amanda Bodony / DVIDSU.S.

Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Among Few To Lie In Honor

Military members
U.S. ArmyU.S.

Thousands Of National Guard Members To Stay In D.C. Into Mid-March

Lloyd Austin
APU.S.

Gen. Lloyd Austin A Step Away From Being First Black Pentagon Chief

 U.S.

Behind The Scenes: Meet Woman Guard Member Driving 'Wrecker' In D.C.

National Guard members sleep in Capitol
Nathaniel ReedU.S.

Pentagon Authorizes National Guard Members In D.C. To Carry Weapons

National Guard members sleep in Capitol
Nathaniel ReedU.S.

Pentagon Authorizes National Guard Members In D.C. To Carry Weapons

U.S. Capitol
Terace GarnierU.S.

Active-Duty Military, Veterans Under Investigation After Capitol Riot