U.S. Army Reserve Aviation command hosts National American Indian Heritage Month Observance on Fort Knox
Command Sgt. Maj. JamesPeter Matthews, Matthew “Black Eagle Man” Cordes and Brig. Gen. Scott Morcomb, Commanding General of the 11th Theater Aviation Command, cut cake during the National American Indian Heritage Month observance Nov. 20 at Fort Knox, Ky. U.S. Army Reserve soldiers from the 11th Theater Aviation Command (TAC), headquartered at Fort Knox, co-hosted this event in order to recognize the significant contributions that American Indians made to the establishment and growth of the U.S. The 11th Theater Aviation Command (TAC) is the only aviation command in the Army Reserve. The 11th TAC has two missions, functioning as both a warfighting headquarters and as a functional command. As warfighting command, the 11th TAC provides command & control, staff planning, and supervision for two aviation brigades and one air traffic service battalion. As a functional command the 11th TAC provides command and control for all Army Reserve Aviation. (Photo by Fort Knox Visual Information)