Searching for clues to the hospital chapel’s history, stainglass dedication a decades-old mystery
Like a patchwork of panels in a stained glass window, the accomplishments and developments of Ireland Army Community Hospital have been pieced together to paint a beautiful and rewarding history of Fort Knox and the Army medical community.
Next month marks the 58-year anniversary of the hospital, which was named in honor of Maj. Gen. Merritte Ireland, former Surgeon General of the Army, for his dedication and developments in advancing Army medicine in the 1920s. After four years of construction, the $8.5 million facility was officially opened in April 1957 as one of the first modern medical hospitals in the nation. Read More...
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Glo Run 5K
Join us March 6th for the GLO Run 5K starting at the Landing Zone at 7 PM. Preregister by March 3rd in order to recieve a discounted rate. After the run, stop in the Landing Zone for the GLO Party. Read more for additional information. This event is open to everyone. Read More...
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