WASHINGTON – Results from a recent tenant survey show that overall customer satisfaction is improving, senior Army housing officials said, as the service continues to improve on-base living conditions.
We at the Fort Campbell Housing Services Office, or HSO, know how critical it is to establish relationships. We want to build confidence within our community that the HSO will serve as your advocate whether you reside on post with Campbell Crossing or off-post with a private property manager.
WASHINGTON – Building a culture of prevention, awareness, trust and support continue to drive efforts within the Army’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program, as it works toward rolling out new changes to eliminate those harmful behaviors.
April’s National Fair Housing Month commemorates the bedrock civil rights principle that we all deserve the opportunity to choose a home and neighborhood free from discrimination.
In 2012, President Barack Obama signed a presidential proclamation, designating March 29 as the annual observance of Vietnam War Veterans Day. And in 2017, the Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act was signed into law by President Donald J. Trump, designating every March 29 as National Vietna…
WEST POINT, New York – Spc. Brittney Verberkmoes recalled the impact suicide had on units at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, after witnessing the grief others felt as they dealt with the tragic loss of a fellow Soldier.
WASHINGTON — Army Chief of Staff Gen. James C. McConville continued to emphasize the need for proper talent management to increase diversity at all levels to ensure that the right person is put into the best position to meet the needs of the force.