New recruits prepared for WWII at Fort Knox

Drill Sergeants Turned Young Kentuckians Into Trained Soldiers


In the late 1930s, some recruits were housed in tents at Fort Knox, until more barracks could be built.

The large post is located in Hardin, Meade, and Bullitt Counties.

 

 

 

(Post card view courtesy of Carl Howell)

 


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