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Fort Campbell honored the lives lost and the united effort of first responders and the U.S. Military during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks by hosting several events held on the anniversary, Sept. 11, 2019, around post.


The Total Wellness Awareness Golf Scramble returns Sept. 27 to Cole Park Golf Course, bringing Soldiers and veterans together for a community event that promotes resilience in a casual, fun atmosphere.

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The night before he killed himself, Pvt. 1st Class Marcus Leipheimer watched movies with his little sister and took her out for milkshakes.

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. – To celebrate the conservation effort between Kentucky landowners and Fort Campbell through the Army Compatible Use Buffer Program, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment Alex A. Beehler, alongside other dignitaries, thanked local landown…

Fort Campbell High School Falcons traveled to Todd County Central High School Sept. 6 to compete against the Rebels in their fifth game of the season. Although the Falcons made it on the board in the first half of the game, they were unable to secure a win, with the final score at 51-27. The…

Even the most innocuous data posted to a social media feed can be married up with other publicly available information to provide online criminals the tools they need to exploit members of the military or general public, an Army special agent said.


Building and supporting meaningful relationships with the local veteran community is an integral part of community outreach for Bastogne Brigade Soldiers.

Last summer my Family grew sunflowers. My little ones were amazed the sunflowers turned upward to the sun each day, and then followed the sun’s arc throughout the rest of the day. Not only did the sunflowers track the sun daily to grow tall, but they readied themselves each evening by facing…

The beginning of fall reminds me of New Year’s Day. It has the feel of new beginnings. New and existing programs start with their kick off events. Schools come back into session and our children begin a new academic year. And, the new sports season ramps up.


While eyes across the nation were focused on Hurricane Dorian this week, officials at Fort Campbell are also stressing the importance of being ready for any disaster that could hit closer to home.

Transitioning out of the Army does not have to be a lone process, the staff of the Fort Campbell Career Skills Program and Fort Campbell Career Center and Campus provide support through counseling and career-ready programs to make it smoother to enter civilian workforce world.


Lieutenant Colonel Amy Thompson, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) surgeon stopped by the Armed Services Blood Program blood drive Aug. 29 at the Soldier Support Center to donate. Thompson said she jumped at the opportunity to give back to the military community.

Teams will compete in the Salute to Fort Campbell Chili Cook-Off and Grilled Cheese Challenge Sept. 28 in Historic Downtown Hopkinsville. Participants will compete for cash prizes and bragging rights.


The Christian County Chamber of Commerce is hoping Fort Campbell teams will have the right ingredients to spice things up during this year’s Salute to Fort Campbell Chili Cook-Off and Grilled Cheese Challenge Sept. 28 in Historic Downtown Hopkinsville.


Dirt Pour Soldiers with 2nd Platoon, 887th Engineer Company, 19th U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, were invited to partner in a construction project on Fort Campbell, not only receiving invaluable training experience but also helping return money to the installation through recycling of materials.

The school year kicked off in August and the Fort Campbell Military Police Department is cracking down on the importance of safe driving, in and out of school zones.

Of the 211 cases of stolen personal property reported to the Fort Campbell Military Police-Provost Marshal’s Office in 2018, investigators have been able to recover property from 10 cases, said Investigator Houston Kirk, noncommissioned officer in charge of investigations with Fort Campbell …

Fort Campbell’s Equal Opportunity Office will host a special observance of the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Day 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday at Cole Park Commons, 1610 101st Airborne Division Road. 

Work is underway on a large-scale tree planting initiative designed to help beautify the installation and support U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell in ensuring the best Soldier and Family experience. The Directorate of Public Works is championing the initiative and has assembled a team to man…

Winter weather is hard to predict at Fort Campbell. With the occasional surprise snowstorm and icy road conditions, the weather at the Kentucky-Tennessee border can catch people off guard.

The Defense Commissary Agency’s Scholarships for Military Children deadline approaching. Deadline for submitting applications is Feb. 16. This year’s program has 700 $2,000 scholarship grants available to award. The application, as well as rules and requirements for the program can be found …


BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – In combat, logistic resources are arguably the most important assets needed to sustain Soldiers. “Beans and bullets” is a common Army phrase used for decades that puts a special emphasis behind the importance of logisticians and their capabilities. 


The Fort Campbell Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Fort Campbell Army Wellness Center stand ready to help Fort Campbell community members obtain fitness and weight-loss goals in the New Year.

The Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, began the new year Monday by welcoming a new commander.  


“Leadership is the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization”: ADRP 6-22.