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Command Message

  • President proclaims November Military Family Month

    American Forces Press Service
    “In our military Families, we see the best our country has to offer. They demonstrate the virtues that have made America great for more than two centuries and the values that will preserve our greatness for centuries to come,” President Barack Obama said in his proclamation issued Nov. 1, declaring the month of November as Military Family Month.
    The proclamation reads:

  • Proclamation
  • Sustainers complete half of time, all of mission

    By BRIG. GEN. KRISTIN FRENCH
    3rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
    “When it’s planes in the sky for a chain of supply, that’s logistics. When the parts for the line come precisely on time, that’s logistics. A continuous link that is always in sync, that’s logistics. There will be no more stress ‘cause you’ve called UPS, that’s logistics.”

  • Stay safe over long weekend, every day

    LT. GEN. MIKE FERRITER
    Commander Installation Management Command

    Columbus Day commemorates the spirit of exploration and the discovery of our great nation.
    This holiday also provides a prime opportunity for our Soldiers, civilians, and their Family members to relax and have fun. Whatever your plans, keep safety at the forefront. Know the risks, such as shorter daylight hours, and make the right decisions to ensure you have an accident-free weekend.

  • ‘Best workforce we have seen in ... 30 years’

    By Lt. Gen. Mike Ferriter and Command Sgt. Maj. EARL Rice
    IMCOM
    The Installation Management Command has the best workforce we have seen in each of our 30-plus years of service. At every installation, base and depot we visit, we are impressed by the spirit, energy and teamwork exhibited by the IMCOM team.

  • High school Army Bowl unique to Kentucky

    By COL. BRUCE JENKINS
    Garrison Commander
    Fort Knox will celebrate an occasion Sept. 7 that’s unique to only two Army posts in the United States—the Army Bowl. For those not familiar with this event, it’s the annual high school football game between the only two Department of Defense Education Activity high schools in the continental United States—the Fort Knox Eagles vs. the Fort Campbell Falcons.

  • Chaffee Gate becomes more welcoming

    By COL. BRUCE JENKINS
    Garrison Commander

  • Earth Day observed every day on Knox

    By COL. BRUCE JENKINS
    Garrison Commander
    Sunday marks Earth Day, a movement that started in 1970 with the aim of promoting a greener environment that will help secure a healthy future for our children and grandchildren.
    More than 1 billion people participate in Earth Day activities each year, according to the Earth Day Network. This is truly an astounding number as well as an encouraging sign that people across the world care about the civic responsibility of being good stewards of our environment.

  • Excellent service IMCOM hallmark

    By LT. GEN. MIKE FERRITER
    IMCOM Commander

  • Show respect for flag, fallen with salute

    By COL. BRUCE JENKINS
    Fort Knox Garrison Commander

    The Stars and Stripes, the Star-Spangled Banner, Old Glory, and the Red, White and Blue are all names that stand for the U.S. flag. The mere fact that we have so many names to call our nation’s colors illustrates the affinity and pride we as Americans have for our country.