Classrooms won’t be the only high-traffic areas when students return to school Aug. 9 – drivers need to be mindful of extra vehicles and pedestrians on the roads as well.
It’s mid-July, and while most people have summer vacation, barbecues, sports and the outdoors on their minds, Brett Ives, a personal financial readiness specialist with Army Community Service said it’s not too early to be thinking about the annual Christmas buying frenzy that somehow catches…
Campers at Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s Youth Instructional Programs put on their thinking caps July 12-16 as instructor Gabriel Huff led them through all the steps of creating a short film during film camp.
Fort Campbell is one step closer to removing its World War II-era structures thanks to a military-civilian partnership between the Directorate of Public Works and 326th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
A permanent change of station, or PCS, is something most spouses will experience during their time married to a service member. The change may seem daunting to those going through it the first time, but Holly Nusom, Patrice Hamilton and Abrell Jones at Fort Campbell’s Spouse Employment Cente…
Parent Central Services, part of Child and Youth Services, or CYS, opened its doors to Soldiers and Families June 28 at its new location in the Soldier Support Center, 2702 Michigan Ave.
This week children ages 3-5 donned their capes and glittery masks and picked up their handmade shields as they took Fort Campbell Morale, Welfare and Recreation Youth Instructional Programs, formerly SKIESUnlimited, by storm with their powers and Marvel worthy names at Superhero Camp.
Soldiers and Families are invited to slurp on popsicles, play games and attend unique classes July 19-22 in commemoration of the 56 years of support Army Community Service has provided.
First responders from across the installation are always on alert for security threats, and their latest training exercise could mean the difference between life and death when responding to one.
First Lieutenant Brian Dudeck strolled around the track at Fryar Stadium July 13 with a small computer strapped to his back and a breathing mask covering his face as Fort Campbell Army Wellness Center staff watched, recorded data and monitored his breathing.