• Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management release

The Department of Defense defines Family readiness as the state of being prepared to effectively navigate the challenges of daily living experienced in the unique context of military service.

  • Capt. Alyssa Hetrick Balzer Fort Campbell Veterinary Branch First Year Graduate Veterinary Education Intern

With the human flu season coming into full swing, our dogs also are getting hit hard with the canine influenza virus.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Luciano Defense Health Agency

When our warfighters become injured, their road to recovery can be a long, sometimes tedious, process. But even when stakes are high and the mounting obstacles seem overwhelming, our nation’s warriors face the challenges head on and show unwavering strength along the way. In celebrating Warr…

  • Office of the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Energy and Sustainability release

Energy resilience enables Army readiness and is a key enabler and force multiplier for a ready and resilient Army. Energy resilience enables the Army to anticipate, prepare for and adapt to changing conditions and withstand, respond to and recover rapidly from disruptions in the availability…

  • Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research and Technology release

The U.S. Army’s Science and Technology program is an investment in the Army’s future, providing and informing technological options to our senior leadership and acquisition programs.

  • Army Installation Management Command release

Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day is observed in the United States on the last Sunday of September. The U.S. Congress recognizes this as the day when America honors surviving parents and Families of fallen service members – specifically those who died while on active-duty.

  • Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management release

Army installations serve as the foundation for readiness. Installations provide critical infrastructure and services that generate combat power and keep the Army ready. The Army’s Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management ensure…

  • Col. Joseph Kuchan Garrison commander

On Monday, Sept. 4, we recognize the American workforce through the observance of Labor Day. It is a holiday borne out of the fight against harsh working conditions and now serves as an annual day to celebrate the value and societal contributions of the workforce. As part of this holiday, pl…

  • Office of the Provost Marshal General release

August is antiterrorism awareness month in the Army. This is the Army’s eighth annual observance of this call to action for Soldiers, Army civilians, retirees and Family members. The intent is for them to be aware of the dangers posed by terrorism and to be prepared to help combat terrorism.…

  • Lt. Gen. Kenneth R. Dahl IMCOM commander

Antiterrorism is everyone’s responsibility. Complacency, if present, provides our adversaries with opportunities to attack Soldiers, civilians, contractors, Family members and retirees. Recognizing threat indicators and sustaining a strong defensive posture is the best way to prevent terrori…

  • Harvey Jones Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security

As a senior noncommissioned officer, I had the opportunity to influence many Soldiers over the years. Sometimes, however, my junior Soldiers impressed me instead of the other way around. One young Soldier affected the rest of my career and even saved my life by insisting on rehearsing rollov…

  • Daniel A. Paul Special to Fort Campbell Courier

The heavy dew glistened across the division parade as the sun began to rise toward midday. A gentle, cool breeze swept across our cheeks toward the back of the field beyond the displayed helicopters, Humvees and tanks. Under the 101st Screaming Eagle Banner, stood Soldiers, accompanied by th…

  • U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command release

Network Integration Evaluations are Soldier-led evaluations designed to further integrate and rapidly progress the Army’s tactical communications network. NIE 17.2 will evaluate and assess concepts and capabilities in a realistic and rigorous environment to build an agile and adaptive Army f…

  • Maj. Gen. Andrew P. Poppas Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division and Fort Campbell

As we enter our Independence Day holiday, it is my honor to pay tribute to the wonderful patriots of this community – both in and out of uniform. We just recently celebrated our Army’s 242nd birthday and this is a reminder of the tremendous service and sacrifice that makes this country great.

  • Col. Joseph Kuchan Garrison Commander, Fort Campbell

On Tuesday we will celebrate the 241st anniversary of Independence Day, a day that honors the Continental Congress’ adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Communities across the United States traditionally observe this important day with parades, gun salutes and fireworks.

  • U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command release

The Army Lessons Learned Program provides a responsive system for the knowledge gained from training and operations to be collected, analyzed, validated, recorded and shared. In doing so, the entire force, institutional and operational, can learn from previous lessons and adapt for the futur…

  • Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Public Affairs release

On Wednesday, the U.S. Army celebrated the 242nd birthday of the U.S. Army and the corresponding years of selfless service to our nation. On that day in 1775, our nation’s leaders established the Continental Army.

  • Robert M. Speer Acting Secretary of the United States Army

As we transition from spring to summer, we do so knowing our Soldiers, Army civilians and their Family members are entering what is historically the most dangerous time of year.

On Memorial Day we honor those brave men and women who have fallen in their service to our nation. This is a time of reflection for those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect and defend our freedom. We must never forgt them or their Families.

  • Col. Christopher Lange Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Behavioral Health

Research has shown that emotionally connecting with your children improves academic performance, behavioral control and reduces the incidents of future drug use. Sometimes, in the busy up-tempo of Army life, it may be hard to find the time. I want to assure you that research also shows that …

  • Maj. Gen. Andrew P. Poppas Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division and Fort Campbell

On behalf of the Soldiers, Families, and Civilians at Fort Campbell, home of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), I am excited to invite each of you to celebrate this year’s Week of the Eagles activities from Friday through May 25.

  • Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management release

The Army observes Military Family Month to recognize and honor military Family members for their unique contributions and daily sacrifices while supporting the Army mission. The month was established in 2003 by the Armed Services YMCA and affirms the Army’s commitment to strengthen the readi…