ore than 1,200 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets from more than 50 High Schools converged on Radcliff for one of the largest JROTC competitions in the country during the Sgt. Maj. Paul C. Gray JROTC Memorial Invitational Drill, Marksmanship and Academic Champion-ships March 11-12.
President Abraham Lincoln once said, “Whatever you are, be a good one.” The Kentucky Youth of the Year Katherine Chung, a junior at Fort Knox High School, has done just that by winning the Boys & Girls Club of America military title.
First impressions are important when transitioning from active duty. They are not always limited to an interview setting or meeting an employer at a job fair. While job searching, a resume, cover letter, attire and first introduction gives future employers impressions of what kind of person they are hiring and what type of employee they would be.
With the tax season quickly coming to an end, it makes sense to review what individuals will need in order to make an appointment at the Fort Knox Tax Center a success. Following these simple steps will help to ensure a smooth appointment.