Access procedure changes to take effect at Fort Knox's gates in December
Changes in installation access procedures will take effect beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1 at Fort Knox's three primary entrance gates as part of Department of Defense-directed upgrades to access oversight. These upgrades, part of necessary physical security measures, ensure proper vetting of all personnel entering military installations.
Beginning Dec. 1, all individuals – with the exception of those driving commercial trucks – wishing to enter Fort Knox without a current military ID or Common Access Card (CAC) must use the Chaffee (Main) Gate. Routine Fort Knox visitors who have already been vetted through Fort Knox’s access systems should experience no change when presenting a driver's license at one of the Chaffee Gate guard stations. From Dec. 1-14, first-time visitors are directed to u Read More...
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Tioga Falls/Bridges to the Past reopening
The public is invited to the Tioga Falls Trail and Bridges to the Past reopening ceremony at 10 a.m. Nov. 13. The trails on Fort Knox will offer hikers opportunities to see historical and natural features.
Visit http://goo.gl/4rTAWS for directions. Read More...
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