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    Engineers begin road construction near Wilson Gate

    Travelers in and out of Wilson Gate at Fort Knox are finding delays as road crews have blocked both inbound lanes of Wilson Road near the gate for about 700 feet and merged traffic onto one of the outbound lanes.
    The reason for the reroute is to repair crumbling sections of asphalt due to weather damage. The reason for it now, according to Directorate of Public Works officials, is because timing is critical.
    “The foundation is failing, and we have to strengthen it,” said Mark Richerson, chief of Engineering Services Division at DPW.
    The foundation, called sub-base, is the bottom layer that a road sits on. If it is damaged or disturbed in any way, the damage affects everything above it, including the road surface.  Read More...

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    • Violations could lead to loss of post driving privileges

      If a Department of the Army civilian is pulled over on Fort Knox, they may have "points" added to their record. Army Regulation 190-5 covers motor vehicle traffic supervision which includes a "point system." The regulation captures traffic violations and assesses points for each cited offense. When added up, these points can lead to consequences including revocation of on-post driving privileges.

    • Army regulation states helmets must be worn when riding bicycles on installations

      Bicycles are beneficial to health. They can also be dangerous. A big part of the bicycle riding population on post, students must follow certain regulations and policies when riding their bicycles on the installation.

    • Anderson Aquatics opening delayed to mid-November

      Over the years, Anderson Indoor Aquatics Center has closed for various repairs, and in October 2016 the center closed to undergo major renovations and upgrades.Fort Knox's Directorateof Public Works' Environmental Services Division, said the upgrades cost $2.9 million and the center is set to reopen mid-November.

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      Command Sgt. Maj. Ryan Razon accepted responsibility of U.S. Army 3rd Recruiting Brigade Aug. 31 during a ceremony at Fort Knox's Saber & Quill. The outgoing Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Bowers assumed responsibility of 3rd Recruiting Brigade in June 2015.

    • DSN--It's still free, still useful, still necessary

      The Defense Switched Network is a telephone system that's been around the military for more than 100 years. In recent years, some users have forgotten this network when making a long-distance telephone call.

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