• With Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month drawing to a close, Mike Domitrz, speaker and author visited Fort Knox April 27 and conducted three training sessions at Waybur Theater for military and civilian personnel of all ages.

  • The monthly post retirement ceremony will be Friday at 3 p.m. in Waybur Theater and hosted by the 1st Brigade ROTC commander, Col. Daniel Kelley, and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Clayborn. The public is invited to attend this event, which serves to honor the following retirees.

  • We’ve all heard the term “military brat” before. It pertains to those children who grew up in military Families. “Brats” wear the name like a badge of honor, often because of the moves, stressors and cultural experiences that make them more resilient than their civilian counterparts.

  • It’s something military service members and their Families hear regularly, “Communication is Key” but in one notable situation it’s downright deadly: while driving.

  • By DAVID RUDERMAN, U.S. Army Human Resources PAO

  • Trailing tissues behind, I burst through the base clinic doors five minutes past my appointment time. “Sorry, I’m late,” I croaked raspily to the corpsman in blueberries at the family practice desk. He directed me to the waiting area.

  • Ever walk into a room and can’t remember why you are there? Or, are you frequently forgetting things like where you left your keys? Forgetfulness or difficulty remembering details can be related to several factors including what you eat.

  • By CATRINA FRANCIA, Acting Editor

  • It’s not uncommon to see a driver operating a vehicle and using a cell phone at the same time.

  • If you were on the fence about whether to leave the Army or give it a little more time, now is the time to talk to your career counselor about your options. The National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2017 has raised the active Army’s end strength to 426,000. There are numerous special incentives being offered to help achieve this critical mission increase.

  • When Army civilians think about retirement there are several steps individuals should follow.

  • By LISA SMITH MOLINARI/meatandpotatoes.com

  • In response to patient feedback, the Binter Street Pharmacy is making some changes to the workflow in order to improve the patient experience.

  • You may have heard of scammers asking for payments by wire transfer or prepaid debit cards. But what about iTunes gift cards?

  • The old adage which says “change is good” has taken on a new meaning within the Army Reserve aviation community over the past 24 months. The U.S. Army’s Aviation Restructuring Initiative sparked a multiyear campaign across the aviation community with the end result being realized on the reserve component.

  • By CATRINA FRANCIS/Acting Editor