Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell, via release

Update Wednesday:  The soldier recently recovered in a Fort Campbell creek has been identified as 34-year-old Spc. Dhaifal Ali of Arlington, Texas. 

U.S. Army Fort Campbell Facebook

Fort Campbell soldiers sent overseas for temporary operations could be counted as residents of Hopkinsville and neighboring communities beginning in 2020. 

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, via Facebook

A new audio healthcare service at Fort Campbell’s Blanchfield Army  Community Hospital is underbooked. Hospital Commander Telita Crosland says it may that there is not a great need for the service or just that people are unaware of it. She says the service rolled out last month as a way to provide patients in the hospital's broad coverage area with more convenient access to healthcare.

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, via Facebook

The Blanchfield Army Community Hospital in Fort Campbell is now offering audio appointments in an effort to improve the delivery of care to beneficiaries. 

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 A western Indiana auto assembly plant has turned to Fort Campbell, Kentucky to recruit workers from among soldiers planning to leave the military. 

U.S. Army Fort Campbell, Facebook

Fort Campbell is holding a memorial ceremony later this month to honor a longtime advocate for the U.S. Army who passed away in May. Clarissa Ann Jackson Freeman, known to many as “T.C.” was a lifelong advocate specifically for Fort Campbell soldiers and their families. Freeman was 83. 

101st CAB, Wings of Destiny, via Facebook

Two Fort Campbell soldiers, Chief Warrant Officer 2 David Woodward and Captain Lindsay Gordon, were presented with the Distinguished Flying Cross in a ceremony Wednesday.

Hughart, Beard and Giles Funeral home

Condolences are coming in for a longtime U.S. Army advocate and Congressional aide living in Hopkinsville who died this morning.

Fort Campbell 101st Airborne Division Patch, wikimedia commons

Update: the 101st has released the name of the solider killed during a live-fire training exercise Tuesday. 

Major General Gary Volesky, via Twitter

Major General Gary Volesky provided an update live from Baghdad Thursday on Fort Campbell’s 101st Airborne Division’s deployment in Iraq.

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