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    Ribbon cutting

    Ribbon cutting

    03.09.2016 | Photo by Nick Conner
    Dr. Scot Engel, Col. Mark Thompson, Brig. Gen. Rodney Fogg, Arthur Fisher, former Texas governor Rick Perry and U.S. Representative John Carter...
    Death of a Fort Hood Soldier

    Death of a Fort Hood Soldier

    05.10.2014 | Courtesy Photo
    First Army Division West officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from an apparent gunshot wound Jan. 16 at his residence in...

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    Fort Hood's Hallelujah Fest

    Fort Hood's Hallelujah Fest

    10.31.2019 | Video by Charlie Maib
    Fort Hood's Comanche Chapel throws open its doors and welcomes all for Hallelujah Fest, their answer to Halloween. Soundbite: Shante Cruz,...

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    Sandhurst Competition Strengthens Relationships...

    04.10.2019 | Courtesy Story
    The Sandhurst competition is the world’s premier international academy military skills competition that inspires excellence through rigorous physical and mental challenges that reflect the tempo, uncertainty and tasks of combat operations. This competition not only strengthens mental and physical readiness, it also strengthens relationships with our allies and partners to foster multi-national cohesion and interoperability.

    FRIENDS empowers youth in community, maximizes...

    10.05.2017 | Courtesy Story
    By Christine Luciano DPW Environmental America McCoy, a junior at Belton High School, was one of 84 high school students from the Greater Fort Hood Area that helped transform 30-foot long roll-off recycling containers into art with murals. The artwork celebrates the environment and encourages the community to do their part to go green.

    Recycling aids community, environment

    08.10.2017 | Courtesy Story
    By Christine Luciano DPW Environmental Soldiers, Families, civilians and contractors are doing their part to help the installation meet its net zero goal of eliminating 85 percent of waste that it sends to the landfill by 2020. The Fort Hood community is leading the way to support the Army’s effort to reduce, reuse and recycle. The installation’s environmental programs, services and initiatives have led to a positive change in culture...

    US 190 receives I-14 signage, Hood a Great American...

    04.27.2017 | Story by Todd Pruden
    KILLEEN — The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce hosted joint ceremonies April 22 to officially unveil Interstate 14 signage and to celebrate the designation of the Fort Hood-Central Texas Region as a Great American Defense Community at the Central Texas College Anderson Campus Center.

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    Fort Hood on Track

    Fort Hood on Track

    Features stories about U.S. Army Soldiers serving at Fort Hood, Texas. Provided by Fort Hood Public Affairs Office.