FORT CAMPBELL, Ky – U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell welcomed a new senior enlisted leader May 28 during a change of responsibility ceremony at Wilson Theater.
The Soldiers and civilians of U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell continue to work together to support Soldier readiness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After more than 40 years in education and three years as Kentucky Community Superintendent, Youlanda Cumings Washington is retiring and reflecting back on her passion for military children and the Department of Defense Education Activity’s excellence in education.
Soldiers and leaders of 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), honored generations of fallen heroes, May 21-22, during a test of endurance and grit to begin the Memorial Day weekend.
The teachers and staff of Mahaffey Middle School put their heads together and found a way to give their eighth-grade students a final farewell as they prepare to move onto high school in the fall.
With prime tornado season upon us, it is important to understand everything that goes into tornado recognition, alerts and actions in the event of a weather emergency.
Summer is just around the corner and the staff of Robert F. Sink Memorial Library is inviting Fort Campbell readers of all ages to “dig deeper, read, investigate and discover” together during the summer reading program.
Command Sergeant Major Joseph Harbour is preparing to assume responsibility as U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell senior enlisted adviser from Command Sgt. Maj. Jason W. Osborne, May 28, during a ceremony at Wilson Theater.
The medics of 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) continue to support and care for their Soldiers during the COVID-19 pandemic through their work at LaPointe Medical Home and within their battalion aid stations.
Senior leadership from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell garrison and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital continued their weekly Facebook Live town hall series, May 19, providing updates on the post’s COVID-19 response and its impacts on operations and the community.
A community of Family, Fort Campbell High School faculty and staff, friends and Army leadership lined the streets May 16 cheering the FCHS Class of 2020 as the seniors drove by in their decorated vehicles.