Students go to school to learn and expand their minds, and quality instruction is a key factor in their academic endeavors. In recognition of that, U.S. Army Cadet Command recently partnered with the University of Louisville to implement the first cadre and faculty development course at Fort Knox.
The rear detachment 42nd Clearance Company Soldiers of the 19th Engineer Battalion have overcome challenges to continue and complete its stateside mission while fellow Soldiers of the 42nd have been deployed for the last seven months.
As the season changes and the area begins to endure the cold and snow, Fort Knox Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians and contractors should know how inclement weather events could
affect Fort Knox’s operating status and what jobs must still be performed when
the post is considered
As a chaplain I have had the privilege of serving brave Americans going into combat. It is interesting to see what these warriors will look to for hope and protection. I’ve seen some pat their “lucky dollar bills” vowing never to spend that dollar until they get back to the states. I’ve seen Warriors wearing “lucky” bracelets and hanging 1970-era fuzzy dice from their rear view mirrors all in the name of “warding off the enemy” before they rolled across the berm.
The dramatically cooler nights of the last few weeks are a blessing for anglers. These longer, colder nights pull the residual heat from the water, signaling to game fish that it is time to fatten up on the fall harvest of baitfish born earlier in the year.
The health of many American children is suffering. Since the 1980s, childhood obesity rates have tripled, and this statistic not only affects children’s quality of life, but national security, as well.