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REYHANLI, Turkey (AP) — The presidents of Turkey and Russia spoke by phone Friday to try to defuse tensions that rose significantly in Syria after at least 33 Turkish troops were killed in an airstrike blamed on the Syrian government, and a new wave of refugees and migrants headed for the Gr… Read more

Military News - Fort Hood

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Families living in privatized post housing now have a formal Bill of Rights ensuring quality housing and fair treatment after Secretary of Defense Mark Esper signed the document on Tuesday.

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The Army has reported that a first U.S. solider has tested positive for coronavirus while in South Korea, according to the Associated Press. This brings up concerns about what will happen to the estimated 1,500 Fort Hood soldiers still stationed in the country.

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Update 10:30 a.m.: Fort Hood officials said it is unlikely that any Fort Hood soldiers operating in South Korea have been exposed to the coronavirus as a result of the first reported case of a U.S. soldier in South Korea contracting coronavirus, but they are still taking the spread of the vi…

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CAMP HUMPHREYS, PYEONGTAEK, Republic of Korea - A military dependent living on an American military installation in South Korea tested positive for coronavirus, making this the first time a post-related individual has tested positive for the virus, the South Korea Centers for Disease Control…

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John Vasser, the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, spoke to the members of the Central Texas Chapter of Military Officers Association of America in Killeen on Friday about the state of the university.

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BELTON — After hearing testimony from four veterans, including the defendant, at a sentencing hearing on Thursday, a Bell County judge sentenced a Killeen man to eight years of deferred adjudication probation for two second-degree felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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This weekend is packed with events tailored to a variety of interests and hobbies. The semi-annual Hood Howdy event will be at Club Hood, welcoming new soldiers and their families to Fort Hood. If golfing with friends is your thing, check out the Phantom Warrior Golf Scramble, or head to the…

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The Central Texas Chapter of the Military Officer Association of America will host John. S. Vasser, provost of University of Mary Hardin Baylor, as the guest speaker at its monthly member meeting on Friday.

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Central Texas College will host a military history presentation in the campus library at noon Feb. 25. Featured speaker is Steve Draper, director/curator of Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Museum. Also scheduled are Texas A&M University-Central Texas faculty members Timothy Hemmis, assi…

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The chairman of the Texas Veterans Land Board is asking people to attend the funeral service for a Navy veteran who will be buried this week in Killeen, with no family expected to attend.

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FORT HOOD — Fort Hood soldiers have a new option for getting a meal on post as the The Culinary Outpost food truck opened up for business on Thursday in front of III Corps headquarters.

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The 1st Cavalry Division’s Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion loaded their vehicles onto rail cars this week at the Fort Hood Rail Operations Center as they prepare to deploy in support of Defender 20, a joint U.S. Army multinational training exercise series scheduled through May in cen…