Fort Hood Soldiers Decorated for Valor

Note: The names of the Soldiers in this post were released by Fort Hood and III Corps PAO and can be found in local media stories as well. I obtained the permission from Soldiers to share their photos… Read More

In Afghanistan, a birthday celebration to mourn a loss

In Afghanistan, a birthday celebration to mourn a loss

Pfc. Eric Mulder, chaplain assistant, 2nd Battalion, 38th Cavalry Regiment, Fort Hood, Texas, joins the rest of Charlie Company soldiers in a moment of prayer during the Aug. 19 birthday celebration and memorial for Cpl. Robert R. Gross… Read More

2-38 Cavalry creates new FET, links GIRoA to Afghan women

2-38 CAV Creates New FET, Links GIRoA to Afghan Women

Female engagement teams (FET) are the key to winning this war. Without our female troops, it would be near impossible to contact and engage with some of the most influential people in the Afghan home – the women…. Read More

Huggy Lady

The Hug Lady

One of the first impressions that Soldiers get as they leave for combat from Ft. Hood is a young lady affectionately known as “The Hug Lady.” Since 2003, Ms. Elizabeth (her real name) has been present at virtually… Read More

President Bush Visit Ft. Hood

Former President George W. Bush secretly visited Ft. Hood last night to meet with the victims of the troops affected by the recent massacre at the hands of a Muslim extremist within our ranks. This is typical for… Read More