The Soldiers assigned to the 531st Hospital Center have trained and prepared for short-notice deployment under emergency conditions. They are now ready to apply that training as the 531st HC deploys to New York City in support of medical operations in COVID-19 affected areas this week.
She has never been one to pick the easy path, but Sgt. 1st Class Stacey McDerman is following in the footsteps of great women warriors and wants to be the same sort of strong role model to tomorrow’s female Soldiers.
With food and household items in high demand during COVID-19 precautions, there is an increased demand for several items at the Fort Campbell Exchange, and new purchase quantity limits to combat the decreased supply.
A Fort Campbell civilian and Army veteran recently embarked on a journey to recover memories and find old friends from his time serving in Vietnam
Five Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), learned how to disinfect an area, March 24, in preparation for quick response, should an area become contaminated with COVID-19.
The hallways, classrooms and parking lots at Fort Campbell schools are mostly deserted but teachers and students are showing up in virtual classes as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Senior leadership from Fort Campbell, Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital took part in a March 24 Facebook Live town hall to provide an update on COVID-19, and its impacts on mission readiness and the safety of the community.
A dependent of a military Retiree at Fort Campbell has tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first confirmed case for the virus at the installation.
Major Radames Ortiz was stationed at Fort Campbell when his home in Puerto Rico was battered first by hurricanes and then earthquakes.