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DoorDash offers delivery

 The Army & Air Force Exchange Service and DoorDash, the nation’s leading on-demand local logistics platform, are serving up convenience and tastes of home to Soldiers and their families. When the new service began on April 5, Fort Hood became the first Army post in the United States to have on-demand meal delivery.

“This is a great addition that will provide even more convenience for diners,” Col. Jason Wesbrock, Fort Hood Garrison commander, said. “From the single Soldier living in the barracks to military families living on the installation, mealtime planning just got much easier.”

DoorDash will offer delivery from Fort Hood Exchange restaurants including:

• Charleys

• Qdoba

• Burger King

• Subway

• Boston Market

• Arby’s

• Slim Chickens

• Popeyes

“The Exchange is all in to strengthen Quality of Life support at Fort Hood,” Chris Haefner, Fort Hood Exchange general manager, said. “We are looking forward to making food delivery a success at the Great Place as evaluation of opportunities to expand food delivery service to other installations continues.”

Diners can place an order on or via the DoorDash app for iOS or Android.

Murphy Road closure

Murphy Road is now closed directly in front of the III Corps TACPAD, in the vicinity of Bldg. 9103, during night-time hours from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., through April 16. This is in support of III Corps executing the

Warfighter 21-4 exercise.

Lemonade Day registration open

Registration for the 2021 Lemonade Day is now open. Lemonade Day, held May 1-2, is a program that teaches kids in grades Kindergarten - 5 how to start, own and operate their very own business; a lemonade stand. Lemonade Day’s program builds self-reliance and financial literacy, and introduces important business and entrepreneurial skills. Children experience a new level of confidence and see new possibilities for their future — as leaders, volunteers, and forward-thinking citizens. To register or for more information, visit