A pair of ordinary white utility trucks slowly maneuver Fort Campbell roads in the dark, fighting tiny enemies that could make Soldiers sick or simply less focused on their mission.
The new command team for Regional Health Command-Atlantic visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital July 28 and also met with leaders from the hospital, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell.
To recognize Morale, Welfare, and Recreation employees’ contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic, MWR leaders found a creative and fun way to show appreciation.
Leaders from across the Fort Campbell community and representatives from the Department of Defense Education Activity, Clarksville-Montgomery County School System and Christian County Public Schools met July 29 for a back-to-school Facebook Live Town Hall to discuss the year ahead.
The Fort Campbell Chaplains Office will sell a variety of equipment – from extra speakers and amplifiers to a piano with one broken key – to give others a chance to enjoy them while clearing out space.
The Fort Campbell Exchange is always tax-free, but military shoppers can save even more during Tennessee’s tax-free weekend, July 31-Aug. 2, on back-to-school shopping. During the tax holiday, the Exchange will offer additional savings to equal 9.5% on back-to-school items. Eligible items in…
It took $575,000 of recyclables, nearly three years of planning and months of moving earth, but Fort Campbell now has a new 2.4 mile-trail on post to give those on the north end of the installation a place to run, bike or walk.
The Scout Platoon of 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), used a unique training and leadership evaluation tool during their battalion scout tryouts, partnering with Fort Campbell Ready and Resilient Performance Center to tes…
Gardening can have multiple benefits from helping the gardener become more self-sufficient to providing others a way to relax. Fort Campbell Fire and Emergency Services firefighters from Fire Station 1 have started a vegetable garden and are seeing those benefits firsthand.
Some security threats may have changed form, especially with the COVID-19 pandemic. While the threats may seem less visible, it remains vital to be vigilant in real life and online for signs of potential terrorism.