Army Reserve aids in range maintenance, cadet training
The once-green expanse of rolling hills, trimmed to the Command Sgt. Major’s 2-inch standard, has seen better days. For decades, platoons of Soldiers firing small arms weapons and batteries of tanks and howitzers firing their main guns did so on Fort Knox’s perfectly-maintained grounds, as wave after wave of training brigades cycled through the iconic Army post.
By July 2014, Fort Knox saw a reduction in its total workforce from more than 21,000 Soldiers and civilians to just under 18,000. In fiscal year 2016, the Army estimates the reduction of another $14.5 million to the Fort Knox maintenance budget alone. Read More...
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This year’s Fort Knox Community Schools bus schedules have been released and can be viewed at www.am.dodea.edu/knox/FKCSCO/Pages/Transportation.htm. Please recheck this site before the first day of school for any scheduling changes. Read More...
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