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    Small changes at IRAHC reaping big benefits for Army, environment

    In response to an Army Medical Command sustainment policy, Ireland Army Health Clinic employees are showing how small changes can reap big benefits for the Army and the environment.

    Randy Mize, the chief of environmental services, helped initiate a recycling phase at IRAHC that has slashed the estimated cost of collecting trash for 2017—from a projected $93,000 down to $36,000. How is that possible?

    For starters, he said, the facility saved about $29,000 by getting rid of two-thirds of its 18 trash bins, reducing contractor costs. The six remaining bins were then downsized from 8-yard containers to 6-yard containers, further shrinking costs.  Read More...

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    • Eagles' track, field team continue road to success, boys first, girls second at meet

      On Saturday the Fort Knox High School Eagles' track and field team traveled to Louisville's Kentucky Country Day High School to compete in the Kentucky Country Day Bearcat Invitational. The Eagles' had their work cut out for them as they competed against 16 other schools, but the boys' team brought home a championship plaque by placing first out of 16 teams. The girls' team brought home the runner-up plaque by placing second out of 16 teams.

    • MULE hits recruiting trail: New Army outreach asset helps connect America's people with America's Ar

      In the 21st century, the mules used by the Army don't all have four legs: one MULE in particular travels the country on wheels to help connect America with America's Army. MULE, short for Mobile Usability Lab Exhibit, is the Army's newest rolling display vehicle, packed with technology and interactive exhibits that help provide Americans across the country with a unique Army experience. The MULE is one of a fleet of vehicles that support Army outreach.

    • Tax Center concludes operation, saved Knox community $500,000 in fees

      The Fort Knox Tax Center concluded operation on the last day of tax filing season Tuesday wrapping up a successful tax filing season. The Fort Knox Tax Center provided free tax preparation services to more than 2,400 eligible service members, Family members and retirees by filing more than 4,500 federal and state returns. The Fort Knox Tax Center's efforts saved taxpayers more than $500,000 in tax preparation fees and obtained more than $5 million in refunds for the Fort Knox community.

    • Recent European outbreak puts adults, children at risk for contracting measles

      Adults and children not vaccinated for measles could be at risk for contracting the illness due to a current outbreak in several European countries.

    • Installation celebrating National Volunteer Week

      Each year the post honors its unpaid workforce through National Volunteer Week which is Sunday through April 29. This year's theme is "Army Volunteers Service for Life."

    • Feedback requested on The Gold Standard, Fort Knox info products

      Members of the greater Fort Knox community are asked to take a five-minute survey on "The Gold Standard" newspaper and other Fort Knox information products.

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