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    First Team troopers battle for slots in sniper platoon

    An ear-piercing crack echoed throughout the landscape with the sound of a projectile ricocheting off of a metal target. Silence returned, yet the source of the interrupting sound remained undetected as the wind blew through the tall grass. The recon section with the Headquarters and Headquarters Company...

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    Ironhorse Brigade welcomes new command team

    The sound of cannons firing and horses galloping could be heard across Cooper Field as the 1st “Ironhorse” Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division said farewell to its leader and welcomed two new leaders to the Ironhorse Family April 7 at Fort Hood...

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    Med Bde Soldiers, friends honor Lazaney-Rodriguez

    More than 100 Soldiers and friends attended the memorial service for Staff Sgt. Carlos Lazaney-Rodriguez April 10 at the Spirit of Fort Hood Chapel. Lazaney-Rodriguez was the Company B supply sergeant and an S4 noncommissioned officer for Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment for the 21st “Fear Not” Combat Support Hospital, 1st Medical Brigade...

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    WTB says goodbye to beloved 1st Cavalry Soldier

    Chad Gregersen said in his five years of service, he had never met another officer who cared more about those under his command than Capt. Stanley Frederick. Steve Barnett shared that he will never be able to eat a “drop of apple pie” without thinking of him, and reminded that he will be looking for his battle buddy “Stan the Man” when he gets to the “big gym in the sky.”...

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    New rules can help boaters battle zebra mussels

    Boaters in Central Texas will now be required to drain their watercraft to help fight the spread of invasive zebra mussels following a vote by state officials. Recently, House Bill 1241 was approved adding 30 counties in North and Central Texas to the requirement, including Bell and Coryell counties. “Communicating the severity of the zebra mussel invasion to the public is...

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    1st Air Cav Soldier sings way into Soldier Show

    Walking up on stage with shaky legs and sweaty palms, Spc. Aurielle Polynice’s journey to making the cut for the 2014 Soldier Show culminated in one moment as the bright lights peered down on her. It was audition time, and it was her turn to shine....

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    First Team troopers battle for slots in sniper platoon.

    An ear-piercing crack echoed throughout the landscape with the sound of a projectile ricocheting off of a metal target. Silence returned, yet the source of the interrupting sound remained undetected as the wind blew through the tall grass. The recon section with the Headquarters and Headquarters Company...

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Hood Happenings

  • Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

    The event will take place April 17 with park gates closing at 8:10 p.m. and the egg hunt beginning at 8:30 p.m. More than 65K candy-filled eggs will be hidden across three fields. All age groups hunt for eggs at the same time, and adults are required to hunt with children 2-7 years of age. Admission to BLORA will be $6 per vehicle, $10 for 12/15-passenger vans and $20 for 24-passenger buses. For information, call 287-2523.

  • Behavioral Health Hotline

    A behavioral health hotline has been established for anyone who has been affected by the Apr. 2 shooting incident at here and who requires assistance locating behavioral health assistance at here or in the surrounding communities. The hotline number, 535-2748. For assistance in the aftermath shooting, Soldiers and Family members can call the Hotline at 288-7570 or (866) 836-2751 for updates.

  • Army Strong Bonds program

    Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program which assists commanders in building individual resiliency by strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and Family member readiness through relationship education and skills training. For more information on Strong Bonds, visit http://www.strongbonds.org.

  • Prescription Drug Take Back

    There will be a prescription drug tack back at the Clear Creek PX Pharmacy and Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center (main lobby) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 26. all unused prescription drugs can be dropped off at this time, with no questions asked. Be sure to remove all identifying information from the labels before turning the prescription drugs in. For more information, call 287-7575.

Major Units on Fort Hood

ISalute NetZero Army One Source Warrior Care Sustainment Operations Center (SOC)