The large granite monument has been moved, sidewalks are in and the final touches are being made as work on the new Task Force 3-502nd Memorial Park nears completion, a month ahead of the 34th anniversary of a crash that remains the one of the worst peacetime air tragedies in United States m…
Veterans, Soldiers and their Families can connect with colleges and universities from across the country 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 20 during a fall education fair hosted by the Staff Sgt. Glenn H. English Jr. Army Education Center, 202 Bastogne Ave.
An up and coming Nashville singer-songwriter visited Fort Campbell Schools to promote her letter writing program that promotes military appreciation through sending letters to deployed troops as well as creating a pen-pal system between civilian school students and Department of Defense Educ…
The 1st Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), recently assessed the battalion’s combat readiness and Soldiers’ ability to operate for 72-to-96 hours under extreme conditions.
Upcoming holidays have inspired three communities to offer extra cheer, fitness and interlocking medals for anyone who takes part in the fun runs.
Fort Campbell’s military working dogs don’t go home with their handlers at night, but they get to go lots of other places – from patrolling post in police cars, to flying in helicopters and exploring different countries while keeping their Soldiers safe.
Soldiers assigned to 716th Military Police Battalion were hard at work setting up perimeters, pulling security and conducting training drills, Nov. 6, during their field exercise at Range 65.
Specialist Jonathan Wagner has used a compound bow to hunt moose and elk in Alaska, but until last week, he didn’t know there was an archery range at Fort Campbell.
It was a dark and spooky night when Sustainers and their Families came out of the shadows to gather and celebrate Halloween at the brigade quad during the Lifeliners’ trunk-or-treat event.
Several Fort Campbell community partners ensured Soldiers and their Families had a happy, healthy and safe Halloween 2019 through various events, safety initiatives and welcoming smiles.
Chief Bob Coonce, Fort Campbell Fire Department, has been selected as a United States Army Installation Management Command Stalwart Award winner for 2019.
U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell signed two new intergovernmental support agreements this week with local partners to forge community bonds and cut costs.
The “Grim Reaper” visited Fort Campbell High School during lunchtime Oct. 31 to mark Red Ribbon Week, a national campaign to prevent violence and the abuse of drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
The second annual Spook N’ Splash event was a fun-filled evening for Fort Campbell Families as they enjoyed spending time together and celebrating the Halloween season Oct. 25 at Gardner Indoor Pool.
The success of any team depends upon its ability to function as a unit. This is why Soldiers continuously train to hone warrior tasks and battle drills.
The recoil feels real, the weapons are the same weight and there is even a mannequin with human-feeling skin that can talk and bleed as Soldiers try to help.
There are many ways to honor veterans this month right in your neighborhood with parades and public ceremonies.Veterans Day, Nov. 11, is an official holiday commemorating the end of World War 1 in 1918. It is a day to honor veterans for their service and dedication to the United States of Am…
Hit country music duo Maddie and Tae will rock Fort Campbell 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at Cole Park Commons, and Fort Campbell Morale, Welfare and Recreation wants to fill the venue.
Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts has always had a close relationship with Fort Campbell and since taking office in January, he says he’s working to make it even stronger — even if it’s one cookie or bag of spicy chips at a time.
Three buildings were destroyed, others were damaged and 10 Families were displaced from military housing Oct. 26 after straight-line winds ripped across Fort Campbell, causing an estimated $3.5 million in damage.
OAK GROVE, Ky. — On an evening filled with heroes at Valor Hall, Spc. William Lawrence was honored at the Fort Campbell Chapter Association of the United States Army Guardian’s Gala.
Fort Campbell might be his old stomping grounds but on Oct. 19, Maj. Cole DeRosa pounded that turf, rolled down its hills beneath metal wire and swung over graveled paths.
The Blanchfield Army Community Hospital chaplain and perinatal bereavement nurses hosted BACH’s annual Footprints on Our Hearts to support Families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss.
With the season underway, the senior players and team manager on the Fort Campbell High School football team have been reflecting on their experiences playing on the military installation, and what lies ahead.
Staff at the Fort Campbell USO work around the clock daily to provide a safe, home-like atmosphere geared toward Soldiers and their Families.
As they first examined X-rays of snakes and other animals, most of the boys and girls at Marshall Elementary School had no idea if they wanted to be veterinarians some day.
The Austin Peay State University Governors softball team worked out with members of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), but the hardest part of their day was learning about Green Berets they will represent in their upcoming season.
More than 300 Soldiers assigned to the 531st Hospital Center, whose motto is “To Preserve Life,” received notice Oct 18 to deploy to support the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California, in less than a week’s time.
For 20 years, retired Command Sgt. Maj. Arthur Jones has worked with Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps at Fort Campbell High School as an Army instructor.
First Sergeant John Guerrero, 526th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), recently spent time reflecting on his Hispanic heritage and how it has shaped his Family and his service to the nation.
The annual Operation Friendly Ghost mission, enforced by the Fort Campbell Provost Marshal and supported by the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers program, will provide a safe presence 6-8 p.m. Oct. 31 during trick-or-treating festivities for Families of Fort Campbell.
John Bergman, outreach counselor for the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority, visited Fort Campbell High School Oct. 10 and 18 to meet with seniors and parents to help them with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
On his way from Hopkinsville to physical training at Fort Campbell one early July morning, Sgt. Maxim Perry, A Co., 1st Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), noticed flashing lights up the road.
WASHINGTON – Eleven top-performing Soldiers from around the Army came together Oct. 15 to receive the Army’s first-ever Expert Soldier Badges.
Constantly sharpening and testing warfighter skills keeps the Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) ready to fight adversaries anywhere and win.
Spouses of active-duty Soldiers who are hoping to complete their first degree – certificate, associate or bachelors – by August 2020 may be eligible for help to pay tuition and other costs, including child care.
Once a week, the halls of Marshall Elementary School are filled with the delicious scent of coffee and bright smiles by the students who serve it.