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1 Fort Campbell, Kentucky INFORMATION EXCHANGE 04 February 2015

2 Fort Campbell, Kentucky "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

3 Fort Campbell, Kentucky MOMENT OF SILENCE

4 Fort Campbell, Kentucky AGENDA Special Briefs BACH Construction Update LTC Shipley Soldier Support Center Kent Shaw Agency Briefs Closing Remarks

5 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Special Briefs

6 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Blanchfield Army Community Hospital LTC Steven Shipley

7 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Construction projects Emergency Center addition: 13,540 SF Emergency Center alteration: 10,730 SF Behavioral Health Addition: 22, 221 SF Construction period: Dec 2012 – May 2015 Admin/MBU Addition: 9,705 SF Construction period: Dec 2012 – May 2015 Renovate Aviation Health Clinic (TMC 5) Construction period: Sept – May 2015 Child and Family Behavioral Health System 5,000 sq ft Bldg next to CAPS Estimated completion: Spring 2014 National Intrepid Center of Excellence Satellite, Intrepid Spirit Completed, opened Aug/Sept 2014 Taylor Dental Clinic 2,300 SF additional clinic space Meet PCMH model Completed Jan. 2015

8 Fort Campbell, Kentucky New construction projects: Gold Army Family Medical Home Work flow improvements: reception/waiting area and immunization lab reconfiguration, creation of a pharmacist office, echo stress lab, treatment, break room and storage areas Completed: Jan 2015 Air Assault and Young Eagle Medical Homes Provide Transition Expansion Space for the YEMH & renew portions of the AAFMH to meet PCMH intent AAFMH: Phase 1 and 2 complete, phase 3 began Jan 2015 Construction Period: Oct 2013 – April 2015 Byrd Soldier Centered Medical Home Addition/Renovation project to meet SCMH requirements Construction period: Sept 2014 – April 2016 Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Epperly Dental Clinic 2,000 SF addition Construction period: Sept 2014 – Sept OR/SDS/SPD/PACU Upgrade/repair Awaiting funding

9 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Blanchfield Army Community Hospital 1. Emergency Center Addition: 13,540 SF 2. Emergency Center Alteration: 10,730 SF 3. Behavioral Health Addition: 22,221 SF 4. Admin/MBU Addition: 9,705 SF 5. Central Utility Plant Upgrade 6. New Parking 7. Relocated Heli-Stop

10 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

11 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

12 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Behavior Health Lobby

13 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Behavioral Health Addition: 22,221 SF Admin/MBU Addition: 9,705 SF Blanchfield Army Community Hospital BLDG E Addition: Behavioral Health MBU

14 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Behavioral Health Addition: 22,221 SF MBU Addition: 9,705 SF Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

15 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Soldier Support Center (Bldg 2702) Casualty Assistance Center (Bldg 2703) Kent Shaw Director of Human Resources

16 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Soldier Support Center (Bldg 2702) - Soldier Readiness Processing (Readiness/Pre-Deployment); Redeployment/Reintegration - Soldier In/Out Processing and other Military Personnel Services Functions (ID Cards/DEERS, Retirement/Separations, MWR, Finance, Official Passports/VISAs, Reassignments, Dental, Voting); future possibilities include DA Photos, Transportation, Legal, Housing, Budget/DTS (Travel); TN Vehicle Registration, and AAFES Concessions Casualty Assistance Center (Bldg 2703) Agenda

17 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Soldier Readiness Processing Readiness/Pre-Deployment MISSION: Provide units and individual Soldiers with a centralized facility for deployment SRP and annual readiness checks. PURPOSE: Validation of Soldier’s deployment / medical requirements. TIMELINE: All units at Fort Campbell will utilize the SRP site for all readiness activities associated with Level II (Installation Readiness SRP NET D-180 and NLT D-120), Level III (Installation Pre- Deployment SRP NET D-90 and NLT D-60) and select Level I (Unit Readiness (MRE/MRX off installation)). ENDSTATE: Soldiers prepared to deploy. SME: Freddie Green/Laura Beck Scheme of Maneuver: Units will schedule the SRP site for deployment SRP and annual readiness checks NLT eight (8) weeks in advance. All Soldiers will process through the SRP site for screening and readiness checks The SRP site will serve as the sole source for all Smallpox and Anthrax vaccinations. Units utilizing the SRP site will provide staffing from organic medical assets during pre and post deployment windows. Casualty Assistance Center

18 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Bldg 2702, Old Commissary/New SRP Site ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL DHR HQs Soldier Readiness Processing (Readiness/Pre-Deployment) Right side of Bldg 2702 Center Hallway Front Entrance

19 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Redeployment/Reintegration Station 1 (Orientation, Briefs) 4 Hours–Location: Wilson Theater Station 2 (Briefs, Finance) 4 Hours–Location: PPC Station 3 (Medical) 8 Hours–Location: Dreyer Field House Station 4 (Medical) 8 Hour–Location: Dreyer Field House Station 5 (Dental) 1 Hours–Location: BCT Dental Clinics Station 6 (AG/Final) 4 Hours–Location: Dreyer Field House MISSION: Soldiers will conduct reintegration upon redeployment from R+1 to R+7 to reestablish administrative, mental, and physical roles within FTCKY and their families. INTENT: All Soldiers complete the reintegration requirements within the prescribed timeline while maximizing Soldiers’ time with family. END STATE: All Soldiers are mentally and physically prepared to conduct garrison operations. CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION: All Soldiers will conduct full 7-day reintegration operations as per the 101 st Division reintegration policies/standards. All Attached units will conduct a modified 2-day reintegration, completing stations 1, 2, 4 and 7. All will now occur in Bldg 2702 except Days 5 and 7 23 rd Street Screaming Eagle BLVD Kentucky Ave / Station 7 (Unit Training) 4 hour – Location: Unit Areas

20 Fort Campbell, Kentucky In/Out Processing and Other Military Personnel Services Left side of Bldg 2702 Dental HQs/IT/Supply FinanceID Cards/DEERS Reassignments/ Passports/Visa In/Out Processing Retirements/Separations Center Hallway Front Entrance

21 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Questions

22 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Organizations/Agency Briefs BACH MWR (ACS, CYSS) School Liaison Fort Campbell Schools Chaplain Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) The Exchange Commissary Campbell Crossing, LLC Education Center Department of Public Works (DPW) Fort Campbell Spouse Club Christian Co. Military Affairs Armed Services YMCA Montgomery Co./Clarksville Chamber American Red Cross USO Installation Convenience Center Operation Homefront Tricare AUSA Public Affairs Office (PAO) LEGEND: Indicates presentations #

23 Fort Campbell, Kentucky MWR Marketing Melissa Schaffner (270)

24 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Upcoming Events & Activities Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Meal Saturday, February 14, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Smokehaus Two can dine for $25 (steak, salmon or chicken) Reservations are recommended (270) All Things Chocolate at D.W. Recreation Center FREE – everyone is welcome Presented by MWR and University of Phoenix Sunday, February 15, 3 p.m. (270)

25 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Looking Ahead Abandoned Vehicle and MWR Equipment Auction Saturday, March 14 at Air Assault Auto Registration at 8 a.m. – Auction begins at 9 a.m. Open Bid Auction All items will be sold “as is” (270) Youth Triathlon Saturday, March 14 at Gardner Pool Register online now $20 (includes t-shirt) or $15 for Eaglets (includes t-shirt) Counts as Alternate ECFT event for youth (270)

26 Fort Campbell, Kentucky 2015 Eagle Challenge Fitness Tour Love Your Heart 10K, 5K & Fun Run Saturday, February am Freedom Fighters PFC $10 advance registration online until Feb 19 $15 day of event registration, 6am-7am ONLY! Saturday, Mar 28 – 4 th Annual USO 10 Miler, 5K & Fun Run Registration is open on active.com

27 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Garrison Chaplains Office CH(MAJ) Jerry Hall Garrison Family Life Chaplain

28 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Fort Campbell Garrison Family Life Programs Marriage 101 Pre-Marital Counseling Liberty Chapel Bldg Bastogne Ave When: Last Monday of each Month Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 p.m. Grief Share Liberty Chapel Bldg Bastogne Ave When: Every Wednesday Time: 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Marriage Maintenance Liberty Chapel Bldg Bastogne Ave When: Every Monday Time: 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Divorce Care Liberty Chapel Bldg Bastogne Ave When: Every Monday Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. For more information call the Garrison Family Life Center at (270)

29 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Fire Safety Tips David Land Fire Inspector

30 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Remember space heaters are for temporary use only. Space heaters are no substitute for central heating, nor are they designed for extended use. Do and Don’ts Safety Tips if Space Heaters are used:  Do select a space heater that is rated by the manufacturer for the size space you intend to heat.  Do make sure the heating equipment has the label showing that it is listed by a recognized testing laboratory (UL).  Do plug heater into outlets with sufficient capacity and never into an extension cord or surge protector.  Do kept at least 36 inches from any combustible materials such a furniture and paper.  Don’t position heaters near water or where there is danger of water being spilled, to avoid serious risk of electric shock.  Don’t hide cords under rugs or carpets. Placing anything on top of a cord could cause it to overheat, and can cause fire.  Don’t ever place heaters on furniture, since they may fall, dislodging or breaking parts in the heater, which could result in a fire or shock hazard.  Don’t leave space heaters operating when you are not in the room.  Don’t put drying clothing or combustibles over heaters. The Dangers of Space Heaters

31 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club Allison Beeman/ Laura Etterle Publicity Co-Chairs

32 Fort Campbell, Kentucky FCSC February Information Join our Facebook Group: Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club Find us on Instagram: FortCampbellSC Follow us on February Luncheon – Sweetheart Luncheon Wednesday, February18, 10:30 AM -1 PM Cole Park Commons V.I.C.E Night – March 20 th Bootlegger’s Bash (Valor Hall) An evening of dinner, live music, entertainment and Silent and Live Auctions all night long! Proceeds benefit the Fort Campbell Spouses Club's Scholarship and Welfare Grant Fund Doors Open at 6pm Tickets are $25.00/person or Reserved Table may be purchased for $ (seats 10) Tickets may also be purchased at our website Thrift Store – Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club Thrift Shop 2112/2114 Indiana Ave (Corner or 13 ½(A) Street and Indiana) Store Hours: M, T, Th and 3rd Sat. of each Month from 9a-2p. The consignment desk is open the same days from 9a-1p. Donations 24/7 in between buildings (tax receipts available during business hours) Contact – (270) VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!! Membership: Always open! Visit our website and click on “Membership Application”

33 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Christian County Military Affairs Committee (MAC) Katie Lopez Director of Military & Governmental Affairs (270)

34 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Upcoming Events & Activities Career Pathways Expo February 19 from 8:30 am. to 6:00 p.m. James E. Bruce Convention Center – 303 Conference Center Dr., Hopkinsville 11 th Annual Bridal Expo March 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. James E. Bruce Convention Center – 303 Conference Center Dr., Hopkinsville 2015 EI 2 Business Plan Competition March 20 – 5 p.m. *Entry Deadline* Online Entry Submission:

35 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Elizabeth Black Communications Director Montgomery County Government

36 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Montgomery County Parks Civitan Park – 650 Bellamy Lane 8 Ball Fields 23 Horseshoe Pits Dog Park Playground Picnic Pavilions Rotary Park – Rotary Drive Walking Trails Playground Picnic Pavilions Sand Volleyball Court Horseshoe Pit Woodlawn Park – just off Lylewood Road 5 ball fields Playground Picnic Pavilions Tennis Court Basketball Court Spur Trail Park – Off Commerce Street Pocket Park RichEllen Park – Highway 149 Opening Summer Ball Fields Playground Walking Trails

37 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Remarks

38 Fort Campbell, Kentucky Next Information Exchange We will see you on March 3rd Thank you ACS for the Refreshments


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