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101st Mission Statement

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) provides our Nation an unmatched expeditionary Air Assault capability to conduct forcible entry and other worldwide unified land operations in support of combatant commanders.

CG's Vision

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell provide a premier force projection platform and the best trained, most highly disciplined, and agile and adaptable units that give our Army an unmatched capability to conduct forcible entry Air Assault operations in any environment, and win decisively. Our inspired Soldiers, leaders, and civilians are renowned for physical and mental toughness, innovation, unwavering character, competence, and commitment to our team – a team that takes care of one another, is strengthened by our families, and is a superb partner with our community.

Fort Campbell Mission Statement

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!

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​Command

Commanding General

101st (AA) & Fort Campbell

MG Andrew P. Poppas

Command Sergeant Major

101st (AA) & Fort Campbell

CSM Todd W. Sims

Deputy Commanding General

101st (AA) & Fort Campbell

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Deputy Commanding General (Operations)

101st (AA) & Fort Campbell

BG John Brennan

Deputy Commanding General (Support)

101st (AA) & Fort Campbell

BG Kenneth Royar

 

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Solar Eclipse - 21 August 2017

On 21 August 2017 Fort Campbell, KY will experience a total solar eclipse, when the moon completely blocks the sun’s face during daytime hours.

During the eclipse, the sun will transition through several phases of brightness, none of which diminish the emitted radiation. The radiation from the sun is what causes eye injuries for people attempting to view an eclipse without proper eye protection.

Viewing a solar eclipse without protective eyewear can damage the retina (light-sensitive nerve cells) of the eye, resulting in temporary or permanent blindness. The retina does not register pain, and the effects of radiation damage to the retina may not appear for hours, so there is no warning that injury is occurring. To avoid eye injuries, people viewing the eclipse should wear filtered glasses or use eclipse viewers that are specifically designed for separating out the damaging radiation from the sun.

Filtered glasses or hand held viewers with an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 12312-2 certification or welder’s glasses with a rating of #14 from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z87.1, American National Standard for Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face Protection Devices, 2015, are the only safe way to view a solar eclipse.

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