On Nov. 22, the 19th Engineer Battalion hosted its semiannual noncommissioned officers induction ceremony at Fort Knox’s Waybur Theater.
The ceremony welcomed 27 newly promoted sergeants into the time honored noncommissioned officer corps known as the “Backbone of the Army.”
One of the things I like so much about the Christmas season is how so many people’s attentions are focused upon Christ. People come from far and wide to celebrate Christmas. There is lots of traveling going on, and people who never attended church all year will make it to services during the Christmas season. Maybe that first Christmas was something like what we see. They had the angels singing, so the air was filled with Christmas music.
Soldiers, civilians, contractors and Families of the U.S. Army Human Resources Command delivered more than 350 winter clothing items, 300 toys and
1,300 food items in November and December
to several local community organizations.
Installation officials heavily involved in responding to weather events that could result in impacts to Fort Knox’s operating status convened Dec. 6 to go over plans in advance of inclement weather conditions that could occur this winter season.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and all of its campuses will be closed from Saturday through Jan 1. All offices will reopen Jan. 2. Anyone who has questions about enrolling, financial aid or other issues can call the Student Service Center anytime at (855) 746-3282. (855-7GO- ECTC). This service is available 24/7/365.