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U.S. Army Veterinarian Capt. Neda Othman from the Fort Campbell Veterinary Center, shows Pfc. Matthew Murphy, assigned to BACH’s department of emergency medicine, one method to find a pulse on a military working dog. BACH Soldiers recently participated in K9 Tactical Combat Casualty Care training which teaches non-veterinary first responders how to perform point-of-injury care to military working dogs in order to preserve life, limb or eyesight when a veterinarian or animal care specialist is not available. U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager.

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The Fort Campbell Army Post straddles the border of Kentucky and Tennessee.  Fort Campbell is a power projection platform and a major maneuver installation for the Army.  It is also the home of the Army’s most-deployed contingency forces.  Strategically located on the Kentucky/Tennessee state line, the installation has the unique ability to deploy mission-ready contingency forces by air, rail, highway and inland waterway. 

US Army Garrison (Fort Campbell) mission is to support expeditionary forces by providing equitable & efficient services that sustain Fort Campbell and enhance the well-being of the military community.  According to latest Army projections, Fort Campbell will continue to support a large military population (comprising around 27,058 Active Component Soldiers) in the foreseeable future.  Major units located at Fort Campbell include: 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 160th Special Aviation Operations Regiment,  52nd Ordnance Group (EOD), 406th AFSBn, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, 531st Hospital Center, 101st Sustainment Brigade, and  US Army Garrison Fort Campbell.

Photo by Maria Christina Yager, Army, is of Army Capt. Neda Othman showing Pfc. Matthew Murphy a method to find a pulse on a military working dog at Fort Campbell, Ky., April 5, 2021.