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Around Knox

  • Jobs available on, around Fort Knox community

    ACS Employment Readiness Program

  • Summer safety should spike with temps

    By MONICA BULLOCK
    Student Editor
    U.S. Army Public Health Command
    Summer is finally here. It’s time to whip out the shorts and spatulas and enjoy the warm sunshine. However, summer fun could be hindered by accidents if people do not make safety a priority.

  • Use of fireworks limited to licensed pros on Fort Knox

    By DR. CHRIS RAINWATER
    Garrison Safety Office
    The Fourth of July fireworks show on Fort Knox promises to be one of the best ever this year.
    The contractor conducting the fireworks show this year has promised it will be bigger and better than ever, and everyone who turns out for the show tomorrow will see a professional display.

  • ROTC cadets sample ‘buffet’ of branch careers

    By STAFF SGT. SCOTT RAYMOND
    KNG Public Affairs
    Each year thousands of Army ROTC cadets attend the Leader Development and Assessment Course to help determine where and how they will serve in the Army. This 28-day event is considered a centerpiece of the ROTC program and historically has been held at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington. The LDAC has been relocated to Fort Knox, home to the U.S. Army’s Cadet Command.

  • Recruiters pass flag

    By DANN REYNOLDS
    3rd Recruiting Brigade
    Col. Michael McTigue assumed command of the U.S. Army 3rd Recruiting Brigade during a ceremony conducted on Brooks Field Friday.
    McTigue, who most recently completed his Army War College Fellowship with Honeywell International in Tempe, Ariz., assumed command from outgoing brigade commander Col. Ed Box.
    During Box’s two-year tenure, 3rd Recruiting Brigade—tasked with the Army recruiting mission in all or part of 16 states throughout the greater midwest—accessed more than 31,000 Soldiers.

  • Around Knox

    CG to host Facebook town hall Wednesday
    Knox PAO
    The Fort Knox commanding general will host a Facebook town hall Wednesday from noon-1 p.m. This will provide community members an opportunity to ask questions about the installation, to include its services, policies and facilities. The questions will be answered by post leadership and subject matter experts. Community members must go to facebook.com/ FortKnoxKY/events and click on "town hall" to participate.
    Brandenburg Gate closed Friday, Monday
    KnoxINFO

  • Transition program adopts new name

    By FRANCIS JOHNSTON
    Fort Knox Transition Services Manager
    On June 20, the Chief of Staff of the Army announced the ACAP name will change.  The official name is now: “Soldier for Life: Transition Assistance Program.”

  • Engineers work with Kuwaiti unit

    By 1ST LT. BRANDY REAGAN
    Distribution Platoon, 19th Engineer Bn.

  • Fireworks use forbidden on installation

    By DOUGLAS BANKSTON
    Fort Knox Fire Department
    IAW FORT KNOX REGULATION 420-1,
    13-6…
    “The use of fireworks by individuals on Fort Knox is strictly prohibited. Only Garrison-approved con-tractors licensed by the state of Kentucky for a specific function are authorized to use fireworks.”
    THIS PROHIBITION ALSO INCLUDES “SPARKLERS.”
    Fire Prevention and law enforcement personnel will be patrolling Fort Knox housing areas to ensure resident safety.

  • New unit guidon on display

    By STAFF SGT. SHEJAL PULIVARTI
    Task Force Wolf PAO