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Soldiers and officers of 3rd BCT, 1st Cav. Div., render honors to the flag during the singing of the national anthem at the unit’s colors casing ceremony on Cooper Field at Fort Hood.

Greywolf Brigade cases colors

After a rigorous train-up spanning more than nine months and comprising a division-level warfighter exercise, various gunneries and a combined arms live-fire exercise, the 3rd Brigade Combat Team "Greywolf," 1st Cavalry Division, cased its colors in a ceremony on Cooper Field at Fort Hood Feb. 16.

"They are ready to deploy, fight and win," said Col. Robert Whittle, 1st Cav. Div. deputy commander and reviewing officer for the ceremony. "They will depart soon to the Middle East for a nine-month rotation. There, our cav. troopers will train with our allies and serve as CENTCOM’s armored reserve."

As the Greywolf Soldiers, along with friends and Families of the brigade looked on, Brigade Commander Col. John Woodward and Command Sgt. Maj. Alfred Ronneburg rolled up the unit colors and tucked them away in an operational combat pattern sheath, where they will remain until the unit arrives in Kuwait.

Upon arrival, the unfurling of the colors will signify that the brigade is operational in its new location and has taken on the mission with which it was tasked.


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The Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services announced that due to construction, the North Fort Hood Access Control Point on Texas Highway 36 is relocating to 28th Street and Park Avenue. This relocation of the main entry to North Fort Hood will remain at the 28th Street location until further notice. For more information, call Bob Adams in the DES Operations Office at 287-1220.


The Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services is be conducting a pilot test in which gate guards will utilize hand-held stop signs at the Warrior Way and 10th Street installation access control points. The test began Feb. 24 and continues through March 10. The purpose of the test is to improve communication between guards and drivers entering the installation, as well as reduce potential damage to ground retractable barriers. The DES will evaluate these procedures to determine their effectiveness, and thanks the public for its patience and understanding.


The Fort Hood American Red Cross and Fort Hood Dental Command announce applications will be available March 1 for the 2017 Dental Assistant training program. DENTAC trains Red Cross volunteers in the basic skills necessary to work as a dental assistant. The Dental Assistant Training Program runs from September 2017 to May 2018.

Individuals must submit their application no later than April 28. Applicants take a pre-screening exam, those who pass with 80 percent or higher will be interviewed to determine selection for the Dental Assistant Training program. To qualify: must have a valid military ID, be 18 years old or older, high school diploma or GED and be in the Fort Hood/Killeen area for one year from the time the program starts. To review program fact sheet and receive application or for more information contact American Red Cross 287-0400, email or stop by the Fort Hood Red Cross at 37th and Battalion Avenue, Bldg. 288.


The public is invited to the 31st Annual Fort Hood Spouses Club Wild West Night, set from 7-11 p.m. March 3 at Club Hood. All the money raised at the event will go to charities around Fort Hood and Central Texas. Those interested in attending and do not have access to Fort Hood, check in at the visitor center on TJ Mills Boulevard. The evening is open to all 21 and over. The cost for tickets is $10 presale and $15 at the door. Presale tickets are available at Fort Hood Wild West. For more information, visit the Fort Hood Spouses Club website, Fort Hood Spouses Club.


American Red Cross lifeguard certification classes have begun on Fort Hood at Abrams Indoor Pool. The classes are taught through Fort Hood Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and cost $150. Upcoming class sessions are:
• March 13-17
• April 7-12
• April 21-26
• May 5-10
• June 5-9
For more information, call 287-4648 or 285-5942.

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