Fort Hood burn

A haze of smoke settles over Killeen Friday afternoon. The smoke is likely to have been caused by Fort Hood controlled burns where slow winds from the north pushed into Killeen.

Winds out of the north-northwest appeared to push the smoke from a prescribed burn at Fort Hood toward Killeen on Friday. Low wind speeds appeared to make that smoke settle.

Killeen looked hazy and smelled of smoke during the middle of the afternoon on Friday.

timerman@kdhnews.com | 254-501-7559

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24/7/365 our army is on duty.

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Sure, some celebrate holidays, but some are always at the ready.

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Thanks, gratitude, respect, admiration, and love for those standing on the wall.

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May God protect, shelter, and guide each of you as do your assigned duties flawlessly.

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Having been afforded the great honor to serve our nation for 35 years, I salute you!!!

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