Three Fort Campbell elementary classes recently honored the life and vision of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with special lessons on the importance of diversity, inclusion and respecting others.
When it comes to medical treatment, you want to have the best line of defense possible which can be hindered by allergies to antibiotics such as penicillin.
The legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated during a special event hosted by 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) 11:30 a.m-1 p.m. Wednesday at Cole Park Commons, 1610 101st Airborne Division Road.
CLARKSVILLE – The 81 members of the Women Veterans of America, Chapter 47, Screaming Eagle Lady Warriors, have served the nation at installations all over the world – including with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) at Fort Campbell.
The staff and volunteers at the Sgt. Brett T. Christian Tax Center, 43 Michigan Ave., are gearing up to begin helping Soldiers and their Families prepare their tax forms.
In 2019, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital personnel remained focused on their top three priorities: providing safe quality care to Soldiers, retirees and Families; readiness; and the transition of the military health system to the Defense Health Agency.
HOPKINSVILLE — Firefighters from the Fort Campbell Fire Department took home the bragging rights Jan. 9 after winning the “Battle of the Brigades” kickball game 10-14 against firefighters from the Hopkinsville Fire Department.
U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell is a robust community of military and civilian employees who support Soldiers and their Families with customer service excellence every day. The garrison serves more than 26,000 Soldiers and about 40,000 Family members, as well as retirees.
The area’s annual Wreaths Across America observance began with an opening ceremony and symbolic passing of the first wreath, Dec. 12, at the Hopkinsville Walmart Distribution Center.
The Dec. 11 housing town hall at Wilson Theater provided Fort Campbell residents an opportunity to speak directly to representatives of Campbell Crossing as well as the leadership from the Directorate of Public Works, Housing Services Office, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital and garrison.
Specialist Dylan Holt always thought he had a high metabolism but when he visited the Fort Campbell Army Wellness Center he was in for a few surprises.
A chorus of solemn, young voices echoed “we remember” Dec. 14 as seven wreaths were placed in front of the 101st Airborne Division headquarters.
Families spent a cozy morning at the 2019 Holiday Express, watching holiday movies, visiting with Santa and Mrs. Claus, riding an outdoor train, decorating cookies and making fun crafts, Dec. 7, at Smokehaus Restaurant.
The first time Judy Schultz stood in the grove of trees planted in honor 248 Soldiers from Fort Campbell, the sugar maples were not much taller than her son would have been.
The Fort Campbell Career Center and Campus is looking to empower the women of Fort Campbell in the upcoming year, brainstorming events and programs specifically geared toward giving female Soldiers who are preparing to transition from military service, and female spouses a leg up as they exp…
The Dec. 6 Fort Campbell Tree Lighting Ceremony at McAuliffe Hall brought Families together to celebrate the holiday season.
Earlier this year, the Directorate of Public Works Housing Services Office established a hotline where residents of Campbell Crossing could reach out to them with any unresolved housing-related issues they were experiencing.
Monica Meeks didn’t know it at the time, but when she was assigned by the Army to handle mail, it would be the beginning of a path that led her to a career as an investigator for the State of Tennessee.
USO Fort Campbell will warm up the holiday for Soldiers and their Families with the help of socks, Santa and S’mores and the elves behind the magic are kicking off the fun Friday.
FORT CAMPBELL•Tree Lighting Ceremony: The annual Fort Campbell Tree Lighting Ceremony takes place 5:30 p.m. Friday at McAuliffe Hall, 2700 Indiana Ave. Families can enjoy festive holiday music from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Band, caroling by children enrolled in Child and You…
The new year will bring back new shopping and recreation opportunities for veterans with service-connected disabilities, former prisoners of war, Purple Heart and Medal of Honor recipients, and some approved caregivers of service members injured since Sept. 11, 2001.
Specialist Colin Progar isn’t sure what his future holds, but thought he might find clues at the Education and Credentialing Fair at Fort Campbell’s Staff Sgt. Glenn H. English Jr. Army Education Center.
Fort Campbell Families prepared for the upcoming Christmas season during a community advent wreath-making event Nov. 22, in the fellowship hall of Liberty Chapel sharing the history of advent wreaths and why they are important in the upcoming holiday celebration.
At age 3, Gunner Arrizon might not be a ninja or Olympian but he and more than 30 other children at Fort Campbell already have a leg up and over future competitors.
Tighson “TI” Lends His Horse divides his time between his Family and controlling air traffic at Sabre Army Airfield. But regardless of where Lends His Horse is or what function he is performing, he always represents his proud heritage as a Mni’coujou/O’ohenumpa Lakota warrior.
Leaders and supervisors came together Nov. 8 for the second annual Boss to Leader supervisor seminar to learn important skills from experienced leaders, improve resiliency within the workplace through open group discussions at the Kinnard Mission Training Complex.
American Red Cross volunteers came together for their annual “Piesgiving” event, Nov. 15, at Fort Campbell American Red Cross for an early celebration Thanksgiving holiday.
WASHINGTON – After eight months of efforts and initiatives across the Army to improve housing conditions, residents of U.S. Army Family housing have another chance to rate the quality of housing and housing services by participating in an online survey.
Her separation date from the Army might not be until April but Korinne Burns is already getting the hands-on experience she’ll need to open a construction business with her father.
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…
Upcoming holidays have inspired three communities to offer extra cheer, fitness and interlocking medals for anyone who takes part in the fun runs.
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.
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 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 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.