Hardin County Water District No. 1 has completed the system repairs
that affected the buildings listed below and a boil water advisory has been
issued for those buildings. The advisory will be lifted by the KY Division
of Water if the bacteriological test results are negative. More information
about the boil water advisory is available on the notification tags that
have been placed in this area. When the boil water advisory is lifted,
additional green tags will be posted. For additional information, contact
Hardin County Water District No.1 - Fort Knox at 502-799-1114 <
tel:502-799-1114 > .
Let’s get some PT in Fort Knox!
Look at that check! Congratulations Brandon. Good luck in August.
There will be a water outage Wednesday, July 18, 2018 beginning at 8:00 am at the buildings listed below due to emergency repairs to a water main and valve. Once the repairs are complete and the water service is back on, a boil water advisory will be issued for these buildings. The advisory will be lifted by the KY Division of Water if the bacteriological test results are negative. More information about the boil water advisory will be available on the door tags that will be placed in this area. When the boil water advisory is lifted, additional green tags will be posted. For additional information, contact Hardin County Water District No. 1-Fort Knox at 502-799-1114. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we work to complete these repairs.
5101 12th Armored Div
4339 12th Armored Div
4341 12th Armored Div
4331 12th Armored Div
4333 12th Armored Div
4335 12th Armored Div
4334 12th Armored Div
4332 12th Armored Div
4330 12th Armored Div
4328 12th Armored Div
4326 12th Armored Div
4338 12th Armored Div
4340 12th Armored Div
4342 Harper Loop
Don't miss National Night Out.
What a busy change of command summer ...
“Mike Company Maulers” came home to Fort Knox for a visit today with their Family members. I had a great time showing them the installation and hearing their stories from the early 80s. These Veterans served alongside their brothers during the “Cold War” and are getting together for a reunion. Proud to show them the new and improved Fort Knox!
What an honor it was to meet Medal of Honor recipient Spc5 James (Jim) McCloughan and his wife today here on Fort Knox. His career started here and I was fortunate enough to give him and his wife a guided tour of the installation. The Fort Knox Garrison Command team of Col. Pat Kaune and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin took some time to have lunch with them at the Cantigny dining facility to end their day here. Proud day for me and Fort Knox!
Barbara Proffitt, aka "The Pie Lady" and a Fort Knox Gold Neighbor (center), received the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame Award at the Chamber's luncheon July 11 for her many contributions to the greater Hardin County area through her years community service.
(From left) Ryan Brus, Michelle deGuzman-Watson and John Campbell of the Fort Knox Public Affairs Office as well as Garrison Commander Col. Pat Kaune accepted the Chamber's Community Partnership Award at the event for proactive and supportive community relations efforts in connecting the military and civilian communities.
(Photo by Shauna Clark West)
#CommunityService #FortKnox #HCCC
U.S. Army Human Resources Command is hosting a Health and Safety Day event today, July 12, in the quad area of the U.S. Army Human Resources Command Complex at 1600 Spearhead Division Avenue.
More than 20 vendors from the installation and surrounding communities will provide information and answer questions pertaining to health, wellness and safety on a variety of topics including, sports and fitness, diet and nutrition, heat-related injuries, substance abuse prevention and environmental, gun and motorcycle safety.
The vendor fair runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Self-proclaimed #Navy brat Graham Gano, #NFL kicker for the Carolina Panthers, visited Fort Knox today in the first of a two-day football clinic sponsored by #ProCamps. More than 75 children from the installation participated, learning basic football skills and getting pro tips on kicking a football.
Not too late to join the fun!
#SPARTAN HONOR SERIES SPRINT
July 14 2018 - Fort Knox, Ky
Registration opens: 6:30 a.m.
Morning start times: 8:45 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Afternoon start times begin: 12:15 p.m.
Last heat time: 1:30 p.m.
Parking: 774 Masters Lane, #Elizabethtown, Ky 42701
Use code FORTKNOX2018 for %20 off when you register for the #Louisville-#FortKnox race at spartan.com
If you have never seen a Cadet Command advanced or basic camp graduation ceremony here at Fort Knox you are definitely missing an experience.
United States Army Cadet Command Basic Camp Graduation. For these future Army leaders it all started at Fort Knox, Ky!
To the untrained eye, they look like a burned out apartment or totaled car. To more than 100 first responders and crime investigators from 65 different organizations across the U.S., they held clues to what happened, how it happened, and maybe even why. The first responders, representing #police, #fire and #ATF, assembled at Fort Knox last week for a five-day training conference on fire investigations.
Read the story in the #GoldStandard newspaper, or follow us at Knox News.
Carolyn Evans (middle right) and Lt. Gen. Theodore Martin place two-star shoulder boards on newly promoted Maj. Gen. John Evans at his promotion ceremony today. Family, friends and staff joined the 1988 #Appalachian State University graduate to congratulate him on his #promotion.
Pick up your copy of next week's #TheGoldStandard newspaper for more photos and the story.
(Photo by Dustin Massengill | CST Public Affairs)
United States Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox Commanding General receives his second star as he is promoted to Maj. Gen. here at Fort Knox.
Congratulations Maj. Gen. John R. Evans Jr. and Family.
Installation gate access for the 4th of July holiday.
4 July 2018:
Chaffee Gate -open
Wilson Road Gate-closed
Brandenburg Station Road Gate-closed
5 July 2018:
Wilson Road Gate-open
Brandenburg Station Road Gate-closed
Spartan Race 2018. Fort Knox, Ky.
United States Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox Commanding General Brig. Gen. John R. Evans 4th of July safety message.
Today is the day!
Fort Knox 19th Engineer Battalion. Doing it right!