Knox cutting 100 jobs, looks to avert layoffs
The move is due to a directive from the Army, which is reducing its civilian workforce by 8,700 positions by Sept.
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#1 Dec 28, 2011
Civilians have no business on ft Knox,especially the perverted women
hanging around the afees,meps centers. Sick little perverts.
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