In the aftermath of a nearly 24-hour rain storm, about 50 soldiers from the 1st Cavalry Division’s Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion assembled Nov. 6 at the Land Navigation Training Area, facing the rugged Central Texas terrain.
The Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club earned more than $30,000 from its 33rd annual Holiday Bazaar last weekend — money that will go toward nonprofits in the spring, said Holiday Bazaar co-chairwoman Jenn Vroegindewey.
Fort Hood’s fitness classes will add a fee for patrons of group fitness classes in December.
Growing up practically inseparable from her two older brothers, Sgt. Sarah McCoy never imagined she would be separated from her siblings for long.
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jeanne Pace relinquished command of the 1st Cavalry Division Band for the second time Friday. With 42 years of service — more than 20 in a command position — she left the post to prepare for retirement next year.
Spc. Michael Rios, who is stationed at Fort Hood, recently traveled to Houston to attend a Houston Dynamo soccer game and won a custom Houston Dynamo edition Mazda3, which has Dynamo-colored custom wheels and striping.
A MAC cosmetics store is coming soon to Fort Hood shoppers. The popular beauty supplier is set to open late in spring 2015 as a standalone facility near the new mall on Clear Creek Rd.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service will close on Thanksgiving Day to allow its employees to be with family.
KABUL, Afghanistan — Friends and soldiers alike gathered to recognize the dedication of a pavilion memorializing Maj. Gen. Harold Greene at the International Security Assistance Force compound in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Nov. 11.