Fort Knox Freight Office providing limited services until May 15
By Logistic Readiness Center
April 30, 2019 1 / 1 The Fort Knox Logistic Readiness Center Transportation Division Freight Office will be scaling back freight service from now until May 15 for extensive maintenance on the Cargo Management Operation System. VIEW ORIGINAL
The Fort Knox Logistic Readiness Center Transportation Division Freight Office will be scaling back freight service from now until May 15 for extensive maintenance on the Cargo Management Operation System (CMOS).
The following services will continue:
• High priority shipments
• Small package express services
For more information, contact the Freight Office at (502) 624-6018 or (502) 624-1623, or visit in person at Bldg. 2781. RELATED STORIES June 19, 2019 Fort Knox to host Fourth of July Celebration and ceremony June 17, 2019 Fort Knox ACS: Financial readiness begins with an emergency fund June 17, 2019 PHOTO: Slow and steady -- June 17, 2019 ASBP to conduct 15 blood drives at Fort Knox through August -- invites community to donate June 14, 2019 Fort Knox celebrates Army's 244th Birthday with a blend of traditional, unconventional elements June 12, 2019 U.S. Transportation Command's Senior Enlisted Advisor to host leadership discussion on topics impact June 11, 2019 PHOTOS: Main Post Chapel cuts ribbon to new annex June 10, 2019 Cadet Command hosts LGBT 5K 'Fun Color Run' at Fort Knox June 6, 2019 Fort Knox Recycling Center changing operations to meet demands June 5, 2019 Fort Knox begins competitive intramural softball season with familiar rivalries June 3, 2019 Fort Knox celebrates 244th Army birthday with a variety of community events June 14 May 31, 2019 Congressional staff delegation visits Fort Knox to learn about local, global Army missions May 31, 2019 PHOTOS: Fort Knox gets two for one Dunkin' doughnut, coffee shop and Baskin Robbins ice creamery May 29, 2019 Monthly Fort Knox retirement ceremony set for May 31 May 28, 2019 Fort Knox Army Community Service to change program delivery methods June 1 May 28, 2019 Fort Knox officials ask community not to fawn over new whitetail population