Fort Campbell, TN 42223, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide


Fort Campbell, Then

Fort Campbell, Kentucky, is named in honor of Brig. Gen. William Bowen Campbell, the last Whig governor of Tennessee. He was elected colonel of the First Tennessee Volunteers, the “Bloody First,” and is remembered in history as he led his regiment in the storming of Monterey in 1846 with the

Fort Campbell, Now

Fort Campbell is the nation’s premier power projection platform. Strategically located on the Tennessee-Kentucky state line, the 106,700-acre installation possesses a unique capability to deploy mission-ready contingency forces by air, rail, highway and inland waterway. Fort Campbell is proud to be the home of the only air assault division i

Rendezvous with Destiny

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) is the only air assault division of the United States Army. Nicknamed the “Screaming Eagles,” the 101st has consistently distinguished itself by demonstrating the highest standards of military professionalism since its activation at one minute after midnight, Aug. 16, 1942. On Aug. 19 of

Military Units

39 Normandy Blvd. 270-798-9815 Vision Best Soldier and Family Experience Mission U.S. Army Garrison — Fort Campbell sets the standard for integrating and delivering installation services and base support to ensure readiness, empower resiliency, and enable our Soldiers, Families, civilians, retirees and community partners to remain … unmatched! Garriso

New Arrivals

Upon arrival to Fort Campbell, report to the 1st Lt. Kalsu Replacement Company, located at Building 6916 on the corner of Desert Storm Avenue and 34th Street, with the following: leave form, PCS orders, and medical and dental records. If signing in between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday

Medical Care

650 Joel Drive Appointment/Cancellation Line: 270-798-4677, 931-431-4677 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, after hours leave message 270-798-8643 Toll free 866-524-4677   24/7 Appointments available using TRICARE Online Extended appointments available using Army Medicine Secure Messaging System powered by RelayHealth (talk to your care team about enrollment

Personal Services

Installation Physical Security Building 123, Forrest Road 270-798-3990 Installation Physical Security is comprised of three branches — Inspections, Access Control and Alarm Management. Security specialists are available 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to assist organizations and activities with issues concerning the security of government assets. Physical

Family Matters

Main ACS Building 2601 Indiana Ave. 270-798-9322 Become an ACS Facebook Fan: Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed federal holidays and weekends. Army Community Service (ACS) assists commanders in maintaining readiness of individuals, families and communities within America’s Army. Fort Campbell ACS offer

Out and About

5702 Tennessee Ave. 270-798-3215/4986 Gift Shop: 270-431-2003 Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Admission is free. The Don F. Pratt Museum was established in 1956 as a division museum for the 101st Airborne Division. The museum’s central theme i

Your Community

Tourism Visitors Information Center 5748 Hopkinsville Road 270-522-3892 Cadiz, located 30 miles west of Fort Campbell, Exit 65 off Interstate 24, is the east gateway to Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake. Several marinas and resorts are located on the shoreline of Lake Barkley, offering unlimited recreational facilities. Downtow


Fort McCoy proving as ideal location for XCTC training

Story by Scott Sturkol on 06/16/2017 During June, Fort McCoy has averaged more than 12,000 troops training on post each week for most of the month. The majority of those troops are part of the Exportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) Exercise coordinated by the 33rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team and

Soldiers train on gunnery tables during XCTC Exercise at Fort McCoy

Story by Scott Sturkol on 06/16/2017 Hundreds of Soldiers at Fort McCoy for the Exportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) Exercise completed gunnery training with vehicle-mounted weapons at Fort McCoy's Range 26 as part of exercise operations. The training includes Soldiers with the 33rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team and Joint Force

Fort Campbell Soldiers support training effort for XCTC Exercise at Fort McCoy

BY 1ST LT. RILEY FOSTER 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment FORT McCOY, Wis. In the heat of June, Soldiers with the 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment (2nd, 502nd), 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division prepared to rotate out to training sites as the opposition force to the 33rd Infantry
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