21 November 2017



Submitted by: Knox PAO

Category: Post Events

Fort Knox officials will hold an Ammunition Amnesty day from 6:30 a.m. to noon Friday, Dec. 8. The collection point will be at the Motorcycle Safety Course pad next to Building 9384 on Frazier Road. A strict "no questions asked" policy will be in effect during that time to encourage a non-attribution atmosphere for Soldiers and civilians to freely turn in or report the location of unaccounted-for ammunition.

Some questions may be asked, such as, "Where was the ammo found, if on post?" This is to improve control measures. All types of ammunition up to .50 caliber will be accepted with or without documentation. For ammunition larger than .50 caliber, please make prior coordination with a QASAS ammunition specialist at (502) 624-5161. For questions, call the Installation Safety Office at (502) 624-4303.





31 October 2017



Submitted by: Knox PAO

The Patton Museum will be closed for about six months starting Wednesday, Nov. 1 for renovations and other improvements. For more information, read The Gold Standard story at the following link:

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2 October 2017



Submitted by: Knox PAO

Workers will begin construction on a 700-foot section of Wilson Road Oct. 7 due to damage to the road’s subbase. They will erect temporary median crossings so northbound traffic can merge onto the inner southbound lane around the construction before returning to the northbound lanes. Motorists need to use extreme caution when entering through Wilson Gate. Phase 1 of construction should take about two months to complete.





11 September 2015



Submitted by: Knox PAO

Category: FMWR

Get the most up-to-date information on all FMWR events, recreational activities and programs with the FMWR Calendar.

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