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Seventeen medical professionals from units across the 1st Medical Brigade, 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, competed in the Soldier and Noncommissioned Officer of the Year and Best Medic competitions Jan. 12-13.

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“I’d tell anyone considering getting the vaccine to get it,” Capt. Gary Bowen, a physician’s assistant assigned to the 215th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Bde. Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, said after receiving his second dose here Jan. 13.

Following a successful virtual Mega Career and Education Fair in October, the Fort Hood Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program will once again host the biannual event virtually.

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WASHINGTON — Soldiers living in barracks on posts such as Fort Hood are now able to file and track maintenance orders from the convenience of their smartphones using one uniform system.

PABRADE, Lithuania  — Members of 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment took advantage of an opportunity to demonstrate their mortar weapon systems to increase interoperability with Lithuanian mortar counterparts, Jan. 13, despite language barriers and snow.

Col. Robert Howe II, relinquished command of the 1st Medical Brigade to Col. Roger Giraud, during a change-of-command ceremony, Jan. 14, on Cameron Field.  

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Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael Grinston visited the installation, Jan. 7, with a mission of finding what improvements Soldiers have noticed since the implementation of the People First initiative in October, as well as what issues still need to be addressed.

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Frosty, the 1st Cavalry Division Horse Cav. Detachment’s snowman, stands tall in front of the Horse Cav. Det. stables during Sunday’s snowfall on Fort Hood. Central Texas received between two to six inches of snow, depending on the location during Sunday’s snow storm.

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Staff Sgt. Jamie Moyer, career counselor for the Regimental Support Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, put Soldiers first and achieved all 2020 squadron retention goals. He was recognized during an awards presentation, Jan. 8, at Fort Hood.

WASHINGTON — The Army plans to roll out new training in support of the expedited transfer policy that provides streamlined and necessary support to Soldiers and adult dependents who are victims of sexual assault.

Central Texas received between two to six inches of snow, depending on location, Sunday during a rare winter storm in the state. Fort Hood families celebrated the snow by enjoying family time.

In a release last month, the Central Texas Council of Governments Regional 9-1-1 Program announced the availability of

WASHINGTON — In the future, drones could threaten U.S. defense systems with a swarming capability that uses artificial intelligence while leveraging 5G connectivity, the director of an Army-led joint office said Friday.

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It was a year full of the unexpected, not just at Fort Hood, but around the world. Internationally, a massive brush fire devastated Australia, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked the world when they announced they were leaving the royal life behind, while unsubstantiated rumors ran rampan…

WASHINGTON — The Defense Finance and Accounting Service is planning to extend payroll collections for Soldiers and Army civilians through December 2021 to reimburse a tax deferment designed to support personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said.

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Justice Served

On Aug. 4, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a private (E-1) assigned to 1st Cavalry Division, was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of eight specifications of wrongful use of various controlled substances and three specifications of wrongful possession of…

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On June 5, at a special court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a private (E-1) assigned to 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of larceny in violation of Article 121, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to…

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Justice Served

On Aug. 4, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a private (E-1) assigned to 1st Cavalry Division, was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of eight specifications of wrongful use of various controlled substances and three specifications of wrongful possession of…

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On June 5, at a special court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a private (E-1) assigned to 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of larceny in violation of Article 121, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to…

Fort Hood takes crime seriously and violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. To demonstrate how seriously the installation’s leaders take these infractions, court martial results will be published here.

On Nov. 19, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a private first class assigned to 1st Cavalry Division was convicted by a military judge of three specifications of the wrongful distribution of marijuana, two specifications of the wrongful introduction with intent to distribute …

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On Sept. 16, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a sergeant from 36th Engineer Brigade was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of five specifications of maltreatment of subordinates, in violation of Article 93, and one specification of assault consummated by a…

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On May 1, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Hood, a private (PV2) from 1st Cavalry Division was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to her pleas, of one specification of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon and one specification of obstructing justice, all in violation of…

 Fort Hood takes crime seriously and violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. To demonstrate how seriously the installation’s leaders take these infractions, court martial results will be published here.