Mission Statement:

Fort Knox was a U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command installation with the primary mission of training soldiers for the Armor Force. The Armor School is the rock on which the Armor Center mission is built. Its staff sections, directorates, and units provide the personnel, equipment, and guidance needed to train in the development of its doctrine. It is also home to the U.S. Army Recruiting Command and the 2d Region ROTC and Readiness Group Knox. The most well-known landmark at Fort Knox is the U.S. Bullion Depository, better known as the Gold Vault. When you come to Fort Knox, you may stand outside the Depository gate and take pictures, but you may not enter the gate or tour the Depository. Fort Knox is a certified Kentucky city, covering 109,054 acres or about 170.4 square miles. It is the seventh largest urban community in the Commonwealth, with a day-time population of about 33,000. Fort Knox is adjacent to the city of Radcliff, 15 miles north of Elizabethtown, and approximately 45 miles south of Louisville.

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