Last month, our friend and partner Col. C.J. King relinquished command of the Fort Knox Garrison to Col. Lance O’Bryan. O’Bryan is a native of Monroe City, Missouri and has served in the Army for more than 20 years. A field artillery officer, this is O’Bryan’s second time serving at Fort Knox, having previously served at Human Resources Command in the Officer Personnel Management Directorate. This is also the second time O’Bryan has commanded a Garrison, so he brings a wealth of experience and understanding of Garrison operations. The KRDA team had the pleasure of meeting with Col. O’Bryan earlier this month where he shared his passion for community relations and his appreciation for the Fort Knox region. He said Fort Knox was his first choice as he considered his next assignment after serving at U.S. Africa Command in Germany. He has also deployed numerous times in support of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. We are excited to have Col. O’Bryan and his family back in the Fort Knox region and we look forward to our continued partnership with the Garrison team. To read Col. O’Bryan’s full bio, click here.