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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 cry, “Boys, follow me!”…

Fort Campbell, KY History

Fort Campbell is also known as the home of the "Screaming Eagles", formed in 1958 as a volunteer precision parachute demonstration team, made into an official unit of the 101st command group in 1984. The "Screaming Eagles" showcase air skills, performing parachute demonstrations for audiences of thousands annually.…

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Feb 21, 2020 · Fort Campbell’s Spouse Employment Center at 5668 Wickham Avenue has numerous agencies ready to assist spouses in finding employment as well as educational opportunities. New AER program offers child care assistance for eligible Families…