The 100th Division offers itself as a premier training resource for the U.S. Army. Originally headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, it now resides at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Scores of books and hundreds of speeches have been written regarding the gallantry, heroism, and significant contributions to the national defense by members of the 100th Division.

The 100th’s motto, “Train Em’ Tough,” captures the spirit of the organization striving for the highest standards of soldiering. The 100th’s past is rich in details of battles fought, leadership from numerous company grade officers and the foot-meets-the-ground efforts of enlisted soldiers. To detail the accomplishments of the Division would exhaust the researcher and reader alike.

The Century Division Commander

BG John C. Hafley

Picture and bio coming soon

The Century Division Commander

BG John C. Hafley

Brigadier General Steven B. McLaughlin took command of the 100th on 2 November 2019 in a ceremony on Brooks Field, Fort Knox. He has been a soldier for 25 years, after commissioning in 1994 in the Transportation Corps (TC).

He first served on active duty in TC units in Germany, deployed in 1995 in support of Operation Joint Endeavor (NATO’s mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina), and in 1997 in Operation Joint Forge (NATO’s stabilization force in Bosnia-Herzegovina) deploying to Hungary as Base Camp Mayor and Commander, HHD, 28th TC Battalion (Forward).

Command Team for the 100th Division

Left to Right: CSM Gregory Betty, 100th Division CSM

BG Steven B. McLaughlin, New CG of the 100th Division

MG (Ret) Bill Barron, Past Commanding General of the 100th Division and Chairman of the AOC

2020 Corridor of the Century Inductees

LTC Karl N. Truman

Inductee 124

CSM Teresa Belles Bolton

Inductee 125

MSG George W. Bohannon

Inductee 126