• The Kentucky National Guard 2nd Battalion, 138th Field Artillery hosted a Family Day at Fort Knox, Ky., July 16. The day's events included a live fire demonstration, which was conducted in a 21 gun (Paladin M190A6) salute to fallen unit members.

    Paladin M109A6

    The Kentucky National Guard 2nd Battalion, 138th Field Artillery hosted a Family Day at Fort Knox, Ky., July 16. The day's events included a live fire demonstration, which was conducted in a 21 gun (Paladin M190A6) salute to fallen unit members.

  • Family members and Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 138th Field Artillery stood during the 21 gun salute. The drivers of the FA Ammunition Support Vehicles (right) stood next to their respective vehicles.

    Salute

    Family members and Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 138th Field Artillery stood during the 21 gun salute. The drivers of the FA Ammunition Support Vehicles (right) stood next to their respective vehicles.

  • Charlie Battery's gun, dubbed Cerberus, fired a round during the 2/138 FA Family Day live fire demonstration.

    Cerberus

    Charlie Battery's gun, dubbed Cerberus, fired a round during the 2/138 FA Family Day live fire demonstration.

  • Mike McGonigle, father of Pfc. Craig McGonigle of Bravo Battery, 2/138 FA, checked out the radios and divers seat during the unit's Family Day July 16.

    Mike McGonigle

    Mike McGonigle, father of Pfc. Craig McGonigle of Bravo Battery, 2/138 FA, checked out the radios and divers seat during the unit's Family Day July 16.

  • Keyonna and Malakhi Young climbed on their father's,  Staff Sgt. Joe Young of Bravo Battery 2/138 FA, M109A6.

    Family Day

    Keyonna and Malakhi Young climbed on their father's, Staff Sgt. Joe Young of Bravo Battery 2/138 FA, M109A6.

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