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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
U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy with Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis
Office of the U.S. Secretary of the ArmyU.S.

DOD Leaders Won't Quarantine After Contact With COVID-Positive Person

Ahmad Seir Nassiri / APU.S.

President Trump Orders A Drawdown Of 3K Troops From Afghanistan & Iraq


President-elect Joe Biden May Select A Woman To Lead The Pentagon

LGBTQ pride flag waves at U.S. Supreme Court
Susan Walsh / APU.S.

President-elect Biden Names Transgender Veteran To DOD Transition Team

President Donald Trump and Mark Esper
Alex Brandon / APU.S.

Can A Shakeup At The Pentagon Negatively Impact National Security?

U.S. troops
Massoud Hossaini / APU.S.

Defense Spending Under Pres.-Elect Biden: What Will It Look Like?

Manuel Balce Ceneta / APU.S.

President Trump Fires Defense Secretary Mark Esper Via Twitter

Soldier does leg tuck
Cpl. Shaylin Quaid / DVIDSU.S.

Will The Army's New Physical Fitness Test Negatively Impact Women?

Charles Dharapak / APU.S.

Pentagon's Inspector General to Audit DOD's CARES Act Spending

Steven Senne / APU.S.

CVS, Walgreens Will Give Free COVID Vaccines At Nursing Homes

Staff Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford recovering from his wounds after the 2009 shooting rampage  on Fort Hood in 2009
Chuck Burton / APU.S.

Army Judges Hear Resentencing Plea For Fort Hood Shooter On Death Row

Sgt. Ken Scar / DVIDSU.S.

Attorneys To Argue Fort Hood Shooter Should Be Spared Death Penalty

Protestors in Washington D.C.
CNN NewsourceU.S.

Army Concludes Investigation Into Helicopter Used During D.C. Protest

Members of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment place flags... at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington.
Susan Walsh / APU.S.

Bill Aims to Protect Veteran Family Benefits in COVID-Related Deaths

Charles Dharapak / APU.S.

Democrats Push For Pentagon Probe Into COVID-19 Spending

American Indian Alaska Native Veterans Memorial CommitteeU.S.

VA Cemetery In Calif. To Honor Native American Vets With Memorial

Slain Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen's father wears a face mask with an image of Vanessa and the words "JUSTICE FOR VANESSA"
Carolyn Kaster / APU.S.

Congressional Probe Into Fort Hood Deaths Expected to Take 4 Months

Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., speaks during a House Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill
Andrew Harnik / APU.S.

Congress Will Not Investigate Pentagon COVID-19 Spending

Mark PocanU.S.

House Wants Investigation of Pentagon's COVID-19 Spending

A small box of absentee ballots from men and women serving in the Armed Forces sits in the Hinds County Circuit Court office

Current And Former Military Have Concerns About Absentee Voting

Former Donald Trump campaign official Michael Caputo leaves after being interviewed by Senate Intelligence Committee staff
J. Scott Applewhite / APPolitics

Department of Health and Human Services Appointee Takes 2 Month Leave

In this image taken from police body camera video a Rochester police officer puts a hood over the head of Daniel Prude
Roth and Roth LLP / APU.S.

NY Officials Tried to Withhold Information About Death of a Black Man

A customer wears a mask and looks at their cell phone as they carry their order past a now hiring sign.
LM Otero / APU.S.

Fifth Consecutive Year U.S. Poverty Rate Falls

on the Blue Room Balcony after signing the Abraham Accords during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House
Alex Brandon / APWorld

Israel Signs 'Historic' Deal With Bahrain and United Arab Emirates

This image released by Netflix shows the cast of the coming-of-age film "Cuties."
Netflix / APU.S.

Netflix "Cuties" Sparks Concerns It Violates Child Pornography Laws

Greg Kelly, left, arrives for the first trial hearing at the Tokyo District Court in Tokyo Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020.
Third Party / Kiyoshi Ota / APU.S.

Former Nissan Executive Pleads Not Guilty To Criminal Conspiracy

Naomi Osaka, of Japan, fires a ball into the stands after defeating Shelby Rogers
AP Photo/Frank Franklin IIU.S.

Tennis Stars Take A Stand Against Racial Injustice

Woodward, facing widespread criticism for now revealing President Trump's early concerns about the severity of the virus
Cliff Owen / APU.S.

President Trump Defends Downplaying The Threat Of COVID-19

Photo of the destruction after the Tulsa massacre of 1921
Library of Congress / The Morning Tulsa Daily WorldU.S.

Families Of The 1921 Tulsa Massacre Seek Justice In New Lawsuit

Demonstrators rally at Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington.
Jose Luis Magana / APPolitics

March On Washington Draws Thousands