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    Aiton relinquishes Garrison Command to Kaune - Wooldridge tranfers responsibility to Griffin

    After two years, Col. Steve Aiton relinquished command of Fort Knox’s Garrison Command to Col. Patrick Kaune Friday at Waybur Theater. Command Sgt. Maj. Bobby Wooldridge also changed responsibility during the ceremony to Command Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin. The ceremony was
    hosted by Vincent Grewatz, the director of U.S. Army Installation Management Command-Training.

    After the colors were passed to the incoming command team, Grewatz said he was delighted to welcome the new commander, command sergeant major and their spouses to the team.

    “These transitional directors are more about continuity than they are about change,” explained Grewatz.  Read More...

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    • Aiton relinquishes Garrison Command to Kaune, Wooldridge transfers responsibility to Griffin

      After two years, Col. Steve Aiton relinquished command of Fort Knox's Garrison Command to Col. Patrick Kaune Friday at Waybur Theater. Command Sgt. Maj. Bobby Wooldridge also changed responsibility during the ceremony to Command Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin. The ceremony was hosted by Vincent Grewatz, the director of U.S. Army Installation Management Command-Training.

    • 1st TSC Soldiers deploy for first time since moving to Fort Knox

      The 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) conducted a deployment ceremony Friday at Fort Knox's Sadowski Center. This was the first ceremony since the unit moved from Fort Bragg, North Carolina

    • Mission Support Command changes leaders July 12

      Two years and more than a million miles after assuming command, Lt. Col. Mario Washington relinquished leadership of the Mission Support Battalion to Lt. Col. David Eckley during a ceremony July 12 in Waybur Theater.

    • KYNG transmit "shot heard across Bluegrass," marked longest recorded radio shot

      From a field training area of Fort Knox, Maj. Gen. Stephen Hogan, the Kentucky National Guard adjutant general, picked up the hand mic of a military radio and spoke into it. A few moments later, he heard through the radio's loudspeaker Sgt. James Hall's reply from the Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, Kentucky. This exchange was proof that the radio retransmission "shot heard across the Bluegrass" was finally a success.

    • Cadets learn concept of 'One Band One Sound'

      Advanced and Basic Camp 2nd Regiments, gathered together at Fort Knox's Olive Theater June 27 to hear Brian Pauling talk about leadership. Pauling began by asking, "Which person are you, a prisoner, the person is who was forced to attend the briefing; the vacationer, the person who is glad to be here because it means they don't have to do their work; or the person who is willing to learn from this experience.

    • Retired sergeant major cuts hair to donate for wigs

      Many are taught it's better to give than to receive. Retired Sgt. Maj. Michael Osburn decided it was better to give July 13 when he had a stylist from N Touch salon in Eliza-bethtown cut 9 inches of his hair. Osburn had the big chop so he could donate his hair to Wigs for Kids, an organization that donates hair for wigs to children who have cancer.

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