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    PCS Move Part II

    Hey everyone,

    Some may remember I posted a while back about possibly moving to FT Bliss. Recently, those orders were deleted and I've been annoying my branch manager about where the Army will move me. Branch stated that my PCS location may change but my report date would NOT change.

    Army told me yesterday I'd be heading to FT Knox, KY.

    Wife and I are actually excited about this move. Mostly because we're about 9 hours away from her family and Knox has a Tim Hortons.

    Anyone been to FT Knox or the surrounding area?

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    Well come on down to KY!!



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    I'm fairly excited. I may actually, depending on mission tempo, get a chance to do some hunting.
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    I had a cousin that lived a short way down the road in Elizabethtown. It's a very pretty area, nice people, quiet, but well in reach of the nearby Louisville metro area. Plus just a short jaunt to the south you've got Mammoth Cave National Park. Lots of good things to do, very nice place to live! Also fairly friendly to gun owners!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coypu76 View Post
    Also fairly friendly to gun owners!
    Now THERE'S a bonus that helps trump just about any thing negative that might crop up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwoods_Shooter View Post
    Now THERE'S a bonus that helps trump just about any thing negative that might crop up!
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    How difficult is the CCP process in KY?
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    Anyone been to FT Knox or the surrounding area?
    My dad met my mom on Fort Knox. My sister was born there. I did my basic training there. It's a real pretty place with a lot of tanks being driven around by trainees. If you like green rolling hills, you'll like Knox. But if you do any walking (as in road marching), remember these three names - Agony, Misery, and Heartbreak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbeardslee View Post
    My dad met my mom on Fort Knox. My sister was born there. I did my basic training there. It's a real pretty place with a lot of tanks being driven around by trainees. If you like green rolling hills, you'll like Knox. But if you do any walking (as in road marching), remember these three names - Agony, Misery, and Heartbreak.
    It shouldn't be that bad. Benning has "Stairway to Heaven". Being as I'll be working at the hospital I doubt I'll be doing much rucking unless I do it on my own. I like a challenge anyway.
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    Congrats! Hope your move is smooth!
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