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    Fort Knox Safety: 'If you come here with 1,500, you need to leave with 1,500'

    A military vehicle rollover in the training ranges of Fort Knox near Agony Hill Dec. 7 has become a teachable moment and a word of warning from Fort Knox's Safety Office.

    Roughly 1,500 Soldiers have been inhabiting the training areas of Fort Knox the past week as part of a multi-state training exercise. For Joseph Colson, the garrison safety officer, that large amount of troops coupled with the severity of central Kentucky's terrain can spell disaster if proper driving cautions are not followed.  Read More...

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    2018-19 holiday hours of operation at Fort Knox

    Go to the link shown below for the most up-to-date and thorough list of holiday hours for businesses and support organizations at Fort Knox:  Read More...

    Army Suicide Prevention


    To contact the Military Crisis Line, call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 when prompted.

    Visit the Army Suicide Prevention Program website.


    Fort Knox Suicide Prevention Program


    World Suicide Prevention Day Article


    Safety & Environment

    Installation Safety Office


    Visit the Installation Safety Office pages and learn more about the Fort Knox safety program.

    Environmental Management Division


    Visit the Environmental Management Division pages and learn more about Fort Knox environmental programs.

    Sexual Harassment Assault Response & Prev


    Fort Knox SHARP
    Dial these phone numbers for Sexual Assault & Sexual Harassment related matters
    Phone: (502) 851-3779
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    Call the Telephone Helpline at
    1-877-995-5247

    View website at
    https://www.safehelpline.org

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    Official news from the US Army Installation Management Command


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Updated 14 Dec 2018