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U.S. Representative Brett Guthrie visits Fort Knox July 22 |

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Congressman Brett Guthrie, a U.S. Representative of Kentucky, receives an explanation of ROTC cadets conducting M4 qualification at Pells Range July 22, 2022. Guthrie stopped by Fort Knox to receive updates and visit with cadets.
(Photo Credit: Renee Rhodes, Fort Knox Visual Information)

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FORT KNOX, Ky. — Congressman Brett Guthrie, a U.S. Representative of Kentucky, visited Fort Knox July 22 to receive updates on the installation, Cadet Summer Training, V Corps and 1st Theater Sustainment Command.

While at the Central Kentucky Army installation, he witnessed ROTC cadets from 11th Regiment Advance Course conducting small arms qualification at Pells Range, and later sat down with some of the cadets for lunch. Guthrie is a 1987 graduate of U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, and served as a field artillery officer with 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.


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After the M4 qualification, Guthrie talked with cadets about their experiences. Guthrie served in the Army, graduating from U.S. Military Academy in 1987.
(Photo Credit: Renee Rhodes, Fort Knox Visual Information)

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Guthrie sat down with some cadets over lunch after watching them train in the field.
(Photo Credit: Renee Rhodes, Fort Knox Visual Information)

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Guthrie met with Maj. Gen. Johnny Davis (top left) for an office call before traveling to the range to watch cadets from 11th Regiment Advance Course train.
(Photo Credit: Renee Rhodes, Fort Knox Visual Information)

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He also met with Maj. Gen. Johnny Davis, commanding general of U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox, as well as leaders from V Corps and 1st Theater Sustainment Command, before departing.