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Fort Knox to gain 223 employees in 2016

Fort Knox to gain 223 employees in 2016

Bill Stephens

January 20th, 2016

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FORT KNOX, Ky. (AP) — Fort Knox is expected to gain 223 employees this year as a result of the reorganization of the 4th Cavalry Brigade and addition of the U.S. Army Reserve Careers Division headquarters.

News outlets report that a Fort Knox news release says 129 people will be added because the 4th Cavalry Brigade at Fort Knox is transitioning to a multi-functional training brigade format and adding three new battalion headquarters.

The brigade provides assistance and training to active and reserve forces before and during deployment.

The Army Reserve Careers Division headquarters will also move to Fort Knox from Gillem Enclave, Georgia, and is expected to begin operations in July with 94 personnel.

 

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