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Not many 15-year-olds can claim to have a piece of art hanging in the Texas state capitol like Caden Schinagel of Glen Rose.
Of course, most 15-year-olds don’t produce drawings quite like he does.
The Memorial Day involves, for many, family cookouts, baseball, pool parties and other summer kick off activities lends to our sense of togetherness as a people and defines us as Americans is only fitting, U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, said.
The first shot ripped across the baseball diamond at 7:06 am.
“What the f— was that?” said Representative Rodney Davis.
New military vehicles may be coming for the Army, but how many of those will be stationed at Fort Hood remains unclear.
After the U.S. House of Representatives passed a $717 billion defense funding bill on Thursday, the Senate must now take up the measure.
Both Democratic and Republican teams have new faces on their rosters for the Congressional Baseball Game on June 14, while a few familiar stalwarts are getting ready to say goodbye.
Fort Hood will eventually see a new unit established on post.
The Department of the Army released an announcement Friday confirming the 3rd Security Force Assistance Brigade, or SFAB, will be stationed at Fort Hood.
SFABs are specialized units whose core mission is to conduct advise-and-assist operations with allied and partner nations.
Rep. Roger Williams knew when he saw his colleague Mia Love tossing strikes, snagging grounders and slapping singles, that his team needed her. She had talent.
So Williams of Texas recruited the Utah Republican to play for the GOP team against their Democratic counterparts in the Congressional Baseball Game.
Headquartered on Fort Hood — one of the largest military bases in the world — III Corps is a major formation of the United States Army Forces Command.
These brave soldiers are an asset to the great state of Texas, as well as to the nation, and I am privileged to represent them in the U.S. House of Representatives.
WASHINGTON, DC - Two area congressmen whose districts cover Fort Hood have returned from a trip to Kuwait and Iraq as part of a week long series of meetings with American servicemen and women along with U.S. officials and government leaders in the two countries.
OAKALLA — The National Mounted Warfare Foundation hosted its fourth annual Homecoming for Heroes event to benefit the National Mounted Warrior Museum project on Saturday at the SC River Ranch in Oakalla.