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Killeen City Council members will decide tonight whether to grant the transportation division’s request to install a traffic monitoring system that allows remote adjustments.
Tenth Street in downtown Killeen will be closed to all traffic between Avenue C and Avenue G from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. Monday through Nov. 25.
Soldiers can’t eat, tanks won’t move and weapons won’t fire without logistics support.
BAGRAM, Afghanistan — The armored trucks, televisions, ice cream scoops and nearly everything else shipped here for America’s war against the Taliban are now part of the world’s biggest garage sale. Every week, as the U.S. troop drawdown accelerates, the United States is selling 12 million to 14 million pounds of its equipment on the Afghan market.
More railroad repair work is planned for Grimes Crossing and Big Divide roads between 4 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
As it intensifies its withdrawal from Afghanistan, the U.S. military is being forced to fly massive amounts of gear and equipment out of the country instead of using cheaper overland and sea routes, according to Pentagon officials.
LAMPASAS — One person was killed and two others were airlifted from the scene of a three-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon on U.S. Highway 183 five miles south of Lometa.
PAKTIYA PROVINCE, Afghanistan — It’s 2230, dark, the sound of military vehicles rumble in the motor pool. The soldiers of 1st Platoon, 402nd Sapper Company, huddle together and join hands. With heads bowed and eyes closed, 1st Lt. Kenny Klinner begins to pray.
Fort Hood show to go on as scheduled
Motorists should expect intermittent closures of Fourth Street, from Sprott Street to Green Avenue, Monday through Wednesday in downtown Killeen.
KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — Facing a tight withdrawal deadline and tough terrain, the U.S. military has destroyed more than 170 million pounds of vehicles and other military equipment as it rushes to wind down its role in the Afghanistan war by the end of 2014.
Just talking about the visible worry on his 8-year-old daughter’s face brought tears to the eyes of Spc. Trevor Dawkins.
The 473rd Marine Wing Support Squadron became the first Marine unit to tackle the Fort Hood Air Assault Obstacle Course on April 20.
Nearly 300 military vehicles, such as armored and unarmored Humvees, fuel trucks and wreckers, lined the highways leading out of Central Texas this week as the 1st Cavalry Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team conducted the largest convoy out of Fort Hood since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
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Over the course of the next year, decisions could be made to drastically impact Fort Hood.
Army officials will host a “listening session” in Killeen on Monday to get community input on force reduction and restructuring likely to impact installations Army-wide, and the mayor is urging everyone to attend.
Career counselors from the 13th Sustainment Command talked with about 50 soldiers regarding retention options March 22 at the command’s Soldier and Family Readiness Center.
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — She progresses through her long days of hiking along shipping-container skyscrapers by spreading her infectious positive attitude and laughter.
Returning money from two pass-through financing projects may enable the city of Killeen to pay for the $8 million Trimmier Road widening project, the Killeen City Council learned Tuesday.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.