Army Emergency Relief funds go toward helping Soldiers and Families experiencing financial crises among other programs including scholarships. This year, Fort Campbell hopes to raise $200,000 in contributions, said Terrence Jones, Fort Campbell Army Community Service-Financial Readiness Prog…
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s Campbell Army Airfield Medical Home, or Troop Medical Clinic 5, care team will begin providing care to their Soldiers Jan. 18 at Byrd Soldier Medical Home, 7973 Thunder Blvd. The new location for Soldiers assigned to CAAF Team Glory enables Soldiers to r…
Between Jan. 6 and 7, 3.3 inches of snow blanketed the installation and surrounding communities, turning Fort Campbell into a winter wonderland. Soldiers and Families took advantage of the precipitation to have a little winter fun.
Fort Campbell is on a mission to make barracks living the best it can be, and units across the installation are taking the initiative to push that effort forward.
Roger Ammons, contracting officer, Mission and Installation Contracting Command-Fort Campbell, recently earned a 2021 Secretary of the Army Award for Excellence in Contracting, distinguishing himself as one of 16 recipients nationwide.
After Fort Campbell received 3.3 inches of precipitation during a midweek snowstorm, the installation remained open for limited and essential operations Jan. 6 and 7 as personnel worked to clear the roadways.
Fort Campbell’s rear area is home to sprawling natural landscapes for Soldiers to train in, and the Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division, Forestry Section, works throughout the year to maintain it.
Quality assurance is a key function of any government project oversight. As your housing advocate the Housing Services Office, or HSO, staff provides many necessary inspections to ensure Campbell Crossing, LLC, operated by Lendlease the Army’s privatized housing partner at Fort Campbell, is …
DOVER, Tennessee – Soldiers from 101st Division Sustainment Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), visited Stewart County High School Jan. 5 to meet with students in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program, or STEM.
Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families, civilian employees and retirees can have their voices heard by participating in the Community Strengths and Themes Assessment January-March 2022.