Every post has an area for holding prisioners. This is not a prison though. Ft. Knox is a major training base.
That is wrong. there is a prison at ft Knox. It is for soldiers who are sentenced to less than 3 years more than 3 years go to Leavenworth
Correction: I worked there in the 1980's and worked on post in the 1990's.
There was from 1947 to September 2009. Civil affairs often put out disinformation on the prison. It housed inmates with 7 years or less or that had a PTA parole agreement. It was built to house 250 inmates and stayed between 200 to 500 inmates. Many of the inmates had longer sentences at civilian prisons near by to serve. There were also a few terrorist housed there off and on. Until 1969 it housed an electric chair and over 200 army inmates and German war criminals were put to death. In the 1970's a Manson follower was drafted and jailed for attempted murder and wrote "Helter Skelter" on the door of the death chamber after murdering a guard. The writing stayed no matter how they tried to erase it.
There are three entrance gates on Fort Knox. They are the Chaffee Gate, the Brandenburg Gate, and the Wilson Gate. Normally there are at least 2 guards in each gate shack. There are also Military Police as Fort Knox is a military post.
It is in the Patton Museum at Fort Knox. It is in the Patton museum at Fort Knox, just south of Louisville, Kentucky on US Highway 31W.
There were more than three, but the largest ones were: Fort Knox, Fort Campbell and Camp Breckinridge.
In 2014, there is no official numbers as to how many people visit Fort Knox each year. Fort Knox is located in Prospect, Maine.
The state Fort Knox is found In is Kentucky
Fort Knox is in Kentucky, south of Louisville
The US gold depository is at Fort Knox, Kentucky (near Louisville in north central Kentucky). There is another Fort Knox, in coastal Maine, that was built in 1844.
It is not. There is no such thing as Germany Kentucky.
The military site is located in Kentucky. The first Fort Knox, is located in Prospect, Maine and was constructed between 1844 and 1869. Fort Knox is a National Historic Landmark, named after the first Secretary of War, Henry Knox. Knox, resided in Maine until his untimely death, which resulted from complications arising from choking on a chicken bone.
I'm pretty sure it is at Fort Knox, in Kentucky I'm pretty sure it is at Fort Knox, in Kentucky
It is located in Kentucky.