A Screaming Eagle veteran shared his struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, and the reality of suicide within the Army community Sept. 12 during Light Up the Night, a candlelight vigil at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital.
Fort Campbell elementary school students will compete for a chance to ride to school in a fire truck and a $100 gift card to the Exchange by designing posters for Fire Prevention Month.
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.
With about 70 pounds of gear weighing down their bodies, nine Fort Campbell Fire and Emergency Services firefighters climbed 110 flights of stairs during the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb Sept. 15 in Nashville.
Tennessee and Arkansas fire departments partnered with Fort Campbell Fire and Emergency Services Sept. 13 to conduct live-fire training at Campbell Army Airfield. Thirteen firefighters earned a certificate for completing the training. The training was aimed at helping firefighters attack fir…
Hundreds of people gathered to welcome home dozens of veterans during a ceremony Sept. 19 at Hangar 3, Campbell Army Airfield. The participating veterans also had the unique opportunity to meet and shake hands with Bastogne Soldiers who returned home from a deployment less than an hour befor…
Fort Campbell High School Falcons took the field Sept. 13 to go to head-to-head against Grayson County High School Cougars at Fryar Stadium. The special Youth Night featured junior cheerleaders and football players from Fort Campbell Child and Youth Services.
It takes more than lunch to ease the loneliness some Army spouses face when they find themselves in a new place and their Soldiers are deployed.
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.
The night before he killed himself, Pvt. 1st Class Marcus Leipheimer watched movies with his little sister and took her out for milkshakes.
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.
The eight aviators may have lost a cardboard boat race to two women in princess costumes but they captured the Team Unity Award at the Clarksville Riverfest Regatta.
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.
Julie Rutyna was only 12 years old when her sister pulled her out of school with news that a military chartered airplane had just crashed and her big brother might be on board.
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.