Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell

More than 110 soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division have returned to Fort Campbell from their deployment in Africa. The soldiers were welcomed back Tuesday. 

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The Army says a virtual town hall is being held at Fort Campbell to discuss the coronavirus and back-to-school considerations. 

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More than 200 soldiers who deployed to New York City to help with the coronavirus pandemic have returned to the post along the Kentucky-Tennessee line.

The Army’s 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell has canceled its Week of the Eagles because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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  Fort Campbell commanders say the military installation has three confirmed cases of the coronavirus as of Tuesday evening, but none of them are among active service members or civilian workers on the installation. 

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Fort Campbell officials say the first case of the coronavirus at their installation is a dependent of a military retiree. 

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  Fort Campbell is closing schools on its base and banning soldiers from traveling more than 80 miles outside the base, among several measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

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The wife of Vice President Mike Pence will visit Fort Campbell to highlight new efforts to create employment solutions for military spouses.

A statement from the Office of the Second Lady says Karen Pence will be joined by the Secretary of Defense’s wife, Leah Esper, in Friday's visit to the Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee border. Pence will speak to military spouses, meet with military leadership and visit the Intrepid Spirit Center at Fort Campbell's art therapy program.

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Security at U.S. Army base Fort Campbell is increasing as tensions with Iran continue after a U.S. airstrike killed an Iranian general last week.

A scientific organization is predicting increasing heat index readings over the next three decades could adversely impact military training.  The study comes from the Union of Concerned Scientists.  It’s described as a national non-profit organization founded 50 years ago by scientists and students at MIT.