• Lt. Gen. Michael Rochelle, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, United States Army, signs the Army Community Covenant at Fort Campbell Aug. 21. Rochelle joined other military and civilian leaders of the cities and towns surrounding Fort Campbell, which borders the states of Tennessee and Kentucky. Rochelle, who has spent 13 of his 36 years in the Army on installations in Kentucky, lauded local community members for their continuous and unrelenting support of Fort Campbell.

    Lt Gen Rochelle at Fort Campbell Army Community Covenant ceremony

    Lt. Gen. Michael Rochelle, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, United States Army, signs the Army Community Covenant at Fort Campbell Aug. 21. Rochelle joined other military and civilian leaders of the cities and towns surrounding Fort Campbell, which borders...

  • Children from Marshall Elementary School at Fort Campbell, Ky. surround officials signing the Army Community Covenant Aug. 22 at Fort Campbell. (Officials, from left include Clarksville, Tenn. mayor Johnny Piper, Fort Campbell Garrison Commander, Col. Frederick Swope, Hopkinsville, Ky. mayor Daniel Kemp and Oak Grove, Ky. mayor Daniel Potter.)  Also present at ceremony was Lt. Gen. Michael Rochelle, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, United States Army. Fort Campbell is located across the borders of the states of Tennessee and Kentucky, and has long enjoyed a strong relationship with the surrounding communities. "The Community Covenant has been here (in the Fort Campbell communities) for quite a long time," Rochelle said. "It has not been formalized, but it has been realized ... in a way that perhaps no other installation recognizes it, and codifies it."

    Army Community Covenant Signing Ceremony 22 Aug.

    Children from Marshall Elementary School at Fort Campbell, Ky. surround officials signing the Army Community Covenant Aug. 22 at Fort Campbell. (Officials, from left include Clarksville, Tenn. mayor Johnny Piper, Fort Campbell Garrison Commander, Col...

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