Chapel Services

In-person worship services have reopened. Our senior commanders and leadership realize the value that religion and cooperate expression has in our lives and its positive impact on resiliency and readiness. I’m asking you to practice safe social distancing. For our high-risk persons and famil…

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Living

COPPERAS COVE — Copperas Cove Independent School District parents sent their children back to school in the new year with one less things to worry about: paying for breakfast and lunch. The Copperas Cove ISD Child Nutrition Department extended its free meal program through the end of the 202…

At the DPW Natural and Cultural Resources Management Branch, program managers Dr. Amber Dankert and Virginia Sanders leverage much of their work through the University of Illinois in a Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit agreement.

On June 12, 1948, the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act created regular and reserve status for women, although women had already been an integral part of the Army since the Revolutionary War when women served in traditional roles such as seamstresses, cooks and nurses. Some courageous w…

Hoping to provide Fort Hood families with a little holiday magic, Fort Hood Family Housing, a Lendlease privatized military housing community, organized a Home for the Holidays drive-thru event Friday night at Hood Stadium.

GATESVILLE — Community members of Gatesville are working together with north Fort Hood units to provide community and a home away from home for the Soldiers stationed there.

Jeanine Clark, Joyce Goodwin, Tara Chapman, Erich Burr and Vanesa Leguillow are the everyday team members who help keep Fort Hood Recycle running, and each are connected to the military community as a veteran and/or spouse. They are grandparents, parents, brothers and sisters who regularly e…

Healthworks

WASHINGTON — With two vaccines for COVID-19 — one from Pfizer and one from Moderna — now available to Americans following emergency use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration, Operation Warp Speed has been moving quickly to get those doses out to everyone who needs them, OWS’s chi…

Helping patients and caregivers understand the information they receive from their health care team reduces potential miscommunication and can improve the patient care experience. Although October is officially Health Literacy Month, it’s always important to make sure patients and their care…

SEMBACH, Germany — With the holiday season upon us, the cold, dark days that winter brings, and the social distancing and movement restrictions brought about by COVID-19, it’s not uncommon for people to feel depressed.

Special Deliveries

While the world reveled in the arrival of 2021, one Fort Hood couple welcomed a new member to their family. Baby girl Yara garnered the title of Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center’s New Year’s baby.

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