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Fort Campbell kicks off “Year of the NCO”


ft-campbell-eagleFort Campbell will kick off the “Year of the NCO” during a ceremony at Wilson Theater Friday, Feb. 27 at 1 p.m.

The Department of the Army named 2009 “The Year of the Noncommissioned Officer” as a time to enhance the education, fitness, leadership, and pride in service of Army NCOs; to recognize the leadership, commitment, and courage of our NCOs, and to inform the public about the responsibilities and quality of service of our NCOs.

Fort Campbell’s inaugural event will set the stage for a year-long focus on the contributions and successes of NCOs. Fort Campbell has an estimated 15,000 NCOs assigned to a variety of positions ranging from infantryman to nurse. «Read the rest of this article»

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Legislation to assist Hemlock project moves forward


Representative Curtis Johnson pleased with outcome

hemlock-logoRepresentative Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville) said today he was pleased to see two bills achieve passage in the , that will aid in moving the Hemlock project in Clarksville forward.

“This was a small victory for Clarksville, as these bills will assist in moving the Hemlock project forward in a timely fashion,” said Rep. Johnson. “The House Finance, Ways and Means Committee is an important hurdle that has been cleared toward making sure this happens, and the people of this area are provided with careers.  As a member of the House Finance, Ways, and Means Committee, I was proud of the unanimous vote to send this legislation to the House Calendar Committee,” he added. «Read the rest of this article»

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