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Pennyrile Area Development District Receives $393K Grant From Pentagon Amid Fort Campbell Cuts

Fort Campbell breaks ground on solar array

Fort Campbell Gets Visit From Chief of Staff General Raymond Odierno    http://www.clarksvilleonline.com/2015/05/18/fort-campbell-gets-visit-from-chief-of-staff-general-raymond-odierno/

Fort Knox Demonstrates Ability to Turn Off Grid 

Army Moving Ahead With Community-Military Partnerships Under New Rules                                                                                      

Fort Campbell 'listening session' on cuts draws hundreds                  Documents (Washington Times article)

Fort Knox future, discussed, Army prepares for cuts                  ​knox-future-discussed-army-prepares-cuts      

Fort Knox Hosts Listening Session                                                        fort-knox-hosts-listening-session          

Communities make case to stave off cuts at Fort Knox http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/7/communities-make-case-to-stave-off-cuts-at-fort-kn/         

101st Airborne and KY National Guard Assist in Ebola Fight​

Fort Campbell Soldiers Assist in Ebola Fight​

Solar array at Ft. Campbell relies on multiple partners

Officials Dedicate Intrepid Center at Ft. Campbell

Fort Campbell SPEA public comment update

Community rallies to support post

Fort Knox community to fight possible cuts

More cuts possible at Fort Knox - Post could lose an additional 4,000 soldiers, civilian jobs

Ky. seeking plan to save Ft. Knox, other sites from base cuts

Fort Knox will create its own electricity with natural gas

Division changes command

House, Senate agree on chemical weapons destruction funding

Michelle Obama encourages Fort Campbell soldiers in transition to civilian life

Hammack testifies on 2015 budget, calls for BRAC in 2017

Fort Knox capacity tailor-made for human resources training

Governor Beshear congratulates Fort Knox on announcement of new Recruitment and Retention School

Brigade’s Deactivation to Prompt Closure of Four Schools at Fort KnoxNote: Links may take you to non-governmental website.

Gov. Beshear Touts Military Behavioral Health Initiative