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Welcome to Fort Knox

Fort Knox is one of the most multifunctional installations in the Army. The units and organizations here run the gamut from U.S. Army Force

Newcomer Information

Preplanning is essential for newcomers to Fort Knox, whether for a permanent change of station (PCS), a temporary duty (TDY) assignment or a school


SINGLE SOLDIER HOUSING Single Soldiers in grades E-1 through E-5 must reside in single Soldier housing. Service members must report to their units prior

Health Care

IRELAND ARMY HEALTH CLINIC Ireland Army Health Clinic (IRAHC), at Building 851, 289 Ireland Ave., is a large health clinic that provides managed health

Dining, Recreation, Fitness The Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation encompasses a wide range of activities and programs designed to improve the quality of life

Child, Youth and School Services

Child and Youth Services (CYS) includes the Child Development Center, Family Child Care, Parent and Outreach Services, School Age Center, Youth Education and School


More than 1,500 children of military Families attend the four schools that comprise Fort Knox Community Schools. Established in 1932, the school system provide

Support Programs

AMERICAN RED CROSS The Fort Knox American Red Cross office is located at 1131 Fifth Ave. It offers 24-hour communications to obtain health and

The Garrison

The Fort Knox Garrison provides the greater Fort Knox community with essential services, support and facilities necessary for quality of life and organizational missions. DIRECTORATE

Post Units and Organizations

In all, Fort Knox has more than 30 units, commands and organizations and employs more than 23,000 Soldiers and civilian employees. While each has a

US Army Reserve Units

ARMY RESERVE AVIATION COMMAND The Army Reserve Aviation Command (ARAC), an Army Reserve unit at Fort Knox, provides air traffic services, airfield management, aeromedical

The United States Bullion Depository

Avast amount of the U.S. gold reserves is stored in the vault of the United States Bullion Depository at Fort Knox. It is one

A Look Back... Fort Knox History

America’s involvement in World War I made it necessary to establish new military installations. In April 1918, the War Department looked to the area

Life in "My Old Kentucky Home"

HARDIN COUNTY Hardin County is situated slightly west of central Kentucky and was formed in 1792. Hardin was the 15th Kentucky county i

The Early History of the Fort Knox Area

FIRST SETTLERS ARRIVE WHEN AMERICA IS DECLARING INDEPENDENCE The initial Euro-American entry into the Fort Knox area is uncertain, but by the last quarter


DAP broadens view of civilian service to Army

Story by Patricia Dubiel on 02/11/2019 How can such an exodus be halted or at least mitigated? One way, as demonstrated by my own recent

DAP broadens view of civilian service to Army

Story by Patricia Dubiel on 02/11/2019 How can such an exodus be halted or at least mitigated? One way, as demonstrated by my own recent

Supporting the Spartan Brigade

Story by SPC Jordyn Worshek on 02/11/2019 Supporting the Spartan Brigade By Spc. Jordyn Worshek Fort Stewart, GA. - When people think of the Army,

Pre-Ranger Course pushes Soldiers beyond limits

By Sgt. ASHLEYM. MORRIS 3rd BCT, 10th Mtn Div FORT POLK, La. This week marked the beginning of the 10th Mountain Division Light Fighter School

CRDAMC celebrates the Army Nurse Corps 118th anniversary

Story by Patricia Deal on 02/11/2019 FORT HOOD, TexasCarl R. Darnall Army Medical Center celebrated the Army Nurse Corps 118th anniversary and reflected on past

RPs Celebrate Rating's Birthday Aboard John C. Stennis

Story by PO3 Jacob L Greenberg on 01/17/2019 Religious program specialists (RPs) aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), celebrated their rating'
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