Christmas is coming fast, tree lightings are taking place all around us and Soldiers will soon be taking block leaves to travel home or have families come for a visit.
This month marks the 11th year of the Warrior Care Month.
This holiday season, family and friends will gather to feast on a deliciously prepared turkey dinner with all the trimmings to complete a meal, but what they may be washing down the kitchen sink could cause Fort Hood heartburn.
Warrior Care Month is a time to reflect on the strength and resilience of our nation’s wounded, ill and injured service members, while also recognizing the dedication of military caregivers who support our service members during their recovery and rehabilitation.
From the Commander
Recently the III Armored Corps forward headquarters quietly passed the six-month mark of our deployment to the Middle East, where we are leading the military effort of the 60-nation Global Coalition fight against the Islamic State. The approximately 450 Phantom Warriors are taking the fight …