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To recognize Morale, Welfare, and Recreation employees’ contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic, MWR leaders found a creative and fun way to show appreciation.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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