Fort Knox Theatre
Title:
Fort Knox Theatre
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
C. T. Art Colortone


Main Entrance to Armor Center
Title:
Main Entrance to Armor Center
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1961 Aug-7

Description:
Brock Curitech



Newgarden Apartments
Title:
Newgarden Apartments
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Sadowski Field House
Title:
Sadowski Field House
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
All large athletic and recreation events held here



Trainee barracks in First Training Brigade area
Title:
Trainee barracks in First Training Brigade area
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the US Army Training Center, Armor. Knox covers 110,193 acres and is the site of the US Gold Bullion Depository Koppel


Two Views of the Confidence Course at the US Army Training Center
Title:
Two Views of the Confidence Course at the US Army Training Center
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Overcoming obstacles on the confidence course provides trainees with positive mental and physical conditioning. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the US Army Training Center, Armor. It is also the site of the US Gold Bullion Depository



Patton Museum
Title:
Patton Museum
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome


Mess Hall at Fort Knox Army Training Center
Title:
Mess Hall at Fort Knox Army Training Center
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees enjoying a hearty lunch in one of 88 mess halls at the United States Army Training Center, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky



A United States Army Training Center, Armor Trainee
Title:
A United States Army Training Center, Armor Trainee
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Army Recruits in Physical Training
Title:
Army Recruits in Physical Training
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees "building the body" with physical training at one of the many PT sites, United States Army Training Center, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky



Honest John Rocket
Title:
Honest John Rocket
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Army's Honest John Missile undergoes preflight checkout before blasting from its well-camouflaged mobile launcher. One of the Armored Division's most powerful weapons, Honest John with atomic capabilities has an accurate range in excess of 27,000 meters


Ireland Army Hospital
Title:
Ireland Army Hospital
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Modern 1500 bed hospital completed 1957. US Army Armor Center



Ireland Army Hospital
Title:
Ireland Army Hospital
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Modern 1,500-Bed hospital, completed in 1957


Officers Country Club
Title:
Officers Country Club
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



Non-Commissioned Officers' Club
Title:
Non-Commissioned Officers' Club
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Units of Armored Force Division
Title:
Units of Armored Force Division
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen



W9THS
Title:
W9THS
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Continental Chrome PM 1939 Feb-20


Main Entrance to Armor Center
Title:
Main Entrance to Armor Center
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1965 Jul-3

Description:
The Fort was named in honor of the Revolutionary War General and first Secretary of War, Henry T. Knox, and was established in 1918 to house World War 1 Troops. It was the birthplace and now is the home of the Armored School. The Information Center and Military Police Station are located at this entrance Dexter Press, Inc



United States Army Training Center
Title:
United States Army Training Center
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees of the United States Army Training Center, Armor, acquiring the mastery of marksmanship at Blair Range


Greetings from Fort Knox
Title:
Greetings from Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The U.S. Army's training center for armored equipment is located 35 miles form Louisville. Spread over 106,000 acres, the fort is adjacent to U.S. Highway 31-W. In addition to being a tactical training ground, it is also the store house for our nation's gold reserves



The Fort Knox Officers' Club
Title:
The Fort Knox Officers' Club
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Walter H. Miller Koppel Color Cards


Cavalry Chapel
Title:
Cavalry Chapel
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Cavalry Chapel, 1st Avenue & N. Cherokee, Ft. Knox, Kentucky



Main Post Exchange
Title:
Main Post Exchange
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Interior of one of the Barracks
Title:
Interior of one of the Barracks
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Curteich-Chicago



Army tanks lined up
Title:
Army tanks lined up
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1979

Description:
Men undergoing armor training fire. 105 mm cannons from M60 A1 tanks in target practice on Boydston Range. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the US Army Training Center, Armor. The post covers 110,193 acres, is the site of the US Gold Bullion Depository, and is named in honor of Maj. Gen. Henry Knox who succeeded George Washington as commander of the Colonial Army Koppel


Transporting Equipment
Title:
Transporting Equipment
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B-H189 U. S. Armored Division



Utility Vehicle
Title:
Utility Vehicle
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Series 9B-H1493


United States Gold Depository
Title:
United States Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



U.S. Bullion Depository
Title:
U.S. Bullion Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM Aug-5

Description:
The U.S. Bullion Depository, completed in 1936 at a cost of $600,000.00 is a bomb-proof structure, housing a part of the Government's gold bullion supply, Fort Knox, Ky. Color photo by Brock


Non-Commission Officers Club, Fort Knox, Ky
Title:
Non-Commission Officers Club, Fort Knox, Ky
Fort knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
C.J.Lish Ft. Knox, Ky



Trainees at Fort Knox
Title:
Trainees at Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P60406 Trainees undergoing a command inspection at the United States Army Training Center, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky Colourpicture Publishers


United States Bullion Depository
Title:
United States Bullion Depository
Fort knox Kentucky (KY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 42733 Located in this “Home of Armor” is the Depository that holds billions of dollars of gold. The actual Fort covers more than a 110,000 acres, while the two story steel and granite building only covers a 105 x 121. Fort Knox is the U. S. Army Armor Center.



Officers Country Club
Title:
Officers Country Club
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1942 Dec-00


Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainee barracks in First Training Brigade area. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor. Knox covers 110,193 acres and is the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository.



Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The modern and well-equipped Copple Recreation Center is a popular off-duty recreational area for trainees. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor. Knox covers 110,193 acres and is the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository.


Greetings From Fort Knox
Title:
Greetings From Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Weekly trainee graduation reviews on Brooks Field are colorful and impressive. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Armor Center. It is also the site of the Treasury Department's U.S. Bullion Depository, commonly referred to as the "Gold Vault."



Patton Museum
Title:
Patton Museum
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The XM1 tank, under development as the U.S. Army's new main battle tank, carries a crew of four, a 105 mm cannon, and three machine guns. Its 1500 horsepower diesel turbine engine moves this 60-ton tank at speeds up to 45 miles per hour. The combat survivability of the XM1 tank and its crew is significantly enhanced through the use of a revolutionary new type of armor, automatic fire extinguishers, and armored compartments for fuel and ammunition.



Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Overcoming obstacles on the confidence course provides trainees with positive mental and physical conditioning. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor. It is also the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository.


Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
A large amount of the Monetary gold stocks of the United States is stored into e vault of the Fort Knox Bullion Depository, an agency of the United States Treasury Department. Although no visitors are permitted on the grounds, the two story granite, steel and concrete structure is an impressive sight in itself.



The Richest Spot On Earth
Title:
The Richest Spot On Earth
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The United States Gold Depository, completed in 1936 at a cost of $600,000.00, is a bomb proof structure housing the Government's Gold Supply at Fort Knox, Ky. just off Hwy. 31-W, south of Louisville on the Nashville Hwy.


United States Gold Depository
Title:
United States Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



United States Gold Depository
Title:
United States Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


The Unites Sates Army Post
Title:
The Unites Sates Army Post
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



United States Gold Depository
Title:
United States Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
Completed in 1937, the U. S. Gold Repository, a fortified bullion vault, houses the major portion of the gold reserve of the United States. This beautiful building is located at Fort Knox, one of the largest Army Posts in the U. s.


Learning To Survive With Hand-To-Hand Combat
Title:
Learning To Survive With Hand-To-Hand Combat
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Learning to survive with hand-to-hand combat. One of the USATCA cadre demonstrating the overhead throw. United States Army Training Center, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky.



Patton Museum
Title:
Patton Museum
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior View, Patton Museum.


Interior View Patton Museum
Title:
Interior View Patton Museum
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



Service Club No. 1
Title:
Service Club No. 1
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Officers Quarters
Title:
Officers Quarters
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



75 Mm. In Action
Title:
75 Mm. In Action
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1941


U. S. Gold Depository
Title:
U. S. Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1953

Description:
The U. S. Bullion Depository campleted in 1936 at a cost of $600,000.00, is a bomb-proof structure, housing a part of the government's gold bullion supply.



Entrance to Post Headquarters
Title:
Entrance to Post Headquarters
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1956


United States Gold Depository
Title:
United States Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Station Hospital
Title:
Station Hospital
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1953 Jul-15


Main Post Chapel
Title:
Main Post Chapel
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



New Modern Chapel
Title:
New Modern Chapel
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Carrying M-16 rifles, trainees in road march return from a field exercise. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor. The Post covers 110,193 acres, is the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository, and is named in honor of Maj. Gen. Henry Knox who succeeded George Washington as commander of the Colonial Army.



Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees of the fourth Training Brigade march to their next training exercise. Trainee barracks are in the background. Fort Knox, 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor, and is the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository.


Fort Knox
Title:
Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Men undergoing armor training fire 105 mm cannons from M 60 A1 tanks in target practice on Boydston Range. Fort Knox 30 miles southwest of Louisville, is the home of the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor. The Post covers 110,193 acres, is the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository, and is named in honor of Maj. Gen. Henry Knox who succeeded George Washington as commander of the Colonial Army.



Greetings From Fort Knox
Title:
Greetings From Fort Knox
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1965 Sep-30

Description:
Located on U.S Highway 31-W (The Dixie Highway), 35 miles south of Louisville, and 18 miles north of Elizabethtown. Fort Knox, the training center for Armor, covers an area of 106,000 acres.


Cavalry Chapel, 1st Avenue & N. Cherokee
Title:
Cavalry Chapel, 1st Avenue & N. Cherokee
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



The Daily Retreat Ceremony At The United States Army Training Center, Armor
Title:
The Daily Retreat Ceremony At The United States Army Training Center, Armor
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


United States Army Training Center, Armor
Title:
United States Army Training Center, Armor
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees of the United States Army Training Center, Armor, learning to fire under exposed conditions at McKie Range, Fort Knox, Kentucky.



United States Gold Depository
Title:
United States Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


U. S. Gold Depository
Title:
U. S. Gold Depository
Fort Knox Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The U. S. Bullion Depository campleted in 1936 at a cost of $600,000.00, is a bomb-proof structure, housing a part of the government's gold bullion supply.





Total: 66 Items