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    Brig. Gen. John Evans Jr. takes charge of Cadet Command, Fort Knox

    The pomp and circumstance of U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox’s change of command ceremony Friday included several moments of humor and what leaders described as perfect weather.

    Shortly before the start of the ceremony, Maj. Gen. Chris Hughes, the outgoing commanding general, suddenly appeared at the podium, urging attendees to take their seats.

    “Believe me, nobody is more eager to get this ceremony over with than me,” he said. The crowd erupted in laughter.

    Shortly after the start, Hughes passed the colors, and with it, command of Cadet Command and the post, to Brig. Gen. John Evans Jr. in front of a backdrop of waving state and territorial flags.  Read More...

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    Hooray for Heroes comes to Radcliff May 19

    The Fort Knox community is invited to attend the 13th annual Hooray for Heroes event in Radcliff Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the parking lots between Walmart and Stithton Baptist Church. The event is intended to honor military personnel, veterans, first responders and their families. There will be complimentary lunch and free entertainment for the whole family. There will also be a free concert by the Brian Young Band.  Read More...

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