April 14, 2008
By 1st Cavalry Division PAO
Country artist Maren Morris sings in celebration of the 'Salute to our Heroes' event held at Fort Hood, Texas, April 11. The 17-year-old celebrity later signed autographs for troops and their families.
Country artist Rissi Palmer sings in celebration of the 'Salute to our Heroes' event held at Fort Hood, Texas, April 11.
Grammy-nominated Latin artist Jennifer Pena sings one of her hits during the first 'Salute to our Heroes' event held at Fort Hood, Texas April 11. The local communities dedicated the day to welcoming home troops of the central-Texas community.
Country artist, Maren Morrin plays her guitar during a Fort Hood, Texas, "Salute to our Heroes" event welcoming home Soldiers from deployments April 11.
Guitarist Justin “Dynamite” Vernon (left) and bassist Bryan “Deno” Koestens (right) from the local rock band Kritic Kill perform for hundreds of Soldiers and their families during a concert at the ‘Salute to Our Heroes’ event at Fort Hood...
San Benito, Texas, native Staff Sgt. Raul Torres (left), a squad leader, and Sgt. 1st Class Patrick O'Neal, a platoon sergeant, who hails from Fort Worth, both of Company B, 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment, took the opportunity to shake hands with...
Soldiers and their families rock out to local band Kritic Kill during a show at the 'Salute to Our Heroes' event at Fort Hood, Texas April 11. The event brought in many other artists from different genres such as R&B and Latino.
Dave Irons, the lead singer to local rock band Kritic Kill, sings his heart out for Soldiers and their families during the 'Salute to Our Heroes' event at Fort Hood, Texas April 11.