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On Sept. 18, 1942, then-Camp Hood opened up as a tank destroyer training camp in response to the German tanks of World War II.
Three-quarters of a century later, the post is home to III Armored Corps and is the only Army installation capable of hosting two armored divisions.
Congressman Roger Williams made a trip to the National Guard Armory in Stephenville to thank members of the Army National Guard for their bravery during Hurricane Harvey.
The unit was the first on scene in Houston to begin rescue missions.
FORT HOOD — Community leaders, state representatives and retired Army generals joined senior leaders of Fort Hood as the nation’s premier military installation celebrated 75 years Monday.
Congressman Roger Williams told Burnet County elected officials Thursday, Aug. 17, he wants to see Congress enact tax reform that would help their constituents where they need it most — by putting money back in their pockets.
Williams met with Burnet County elected officials at the Highlander restaurant in Burnet to discuss several important issues.
Fort Hood recognized Soldiers and civilians Aug. 8 at Club Hood for their service and support to the military community.
Congressman Roger Williams (R-Austin) paid a visit to Copperas Cove on Tuesday afternoon, during which local business owners, along with elected officials and others in the community had the chance to hear what’s been happening in Washington and ask him questions directly.
Fort Hood will receive $145 million for barracks renovation, congressmen who represents the post announced this week.
The approved funding is part of the fiscal year 2017 operation and maintenance funds passed by Congress earlier this year.
Don’t believe what you hear.
Congress hasn’t gone completely to the dogs. It has gone to the cats, too.
This week, U.S. Reps. Roger Williams, R-Austin, and Marc Veasey, D-Fort Worth, teamed up to work on a project — pet adoption.
KILLEEN - Operation Stand Down Central Texas has been working to help homeless veterans for three years. When director Joann Courtland was invited to the Texas State Society Black Tie and Boots Ball to bring attention to the work the nonprofit does, she was hoping to make some friends and raise some funds.
Congressman Roger Williams, R–Austin, testified in Washington, D.C., on Thursday morning to request support for various projects at Fort Hood.