Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade's $62 million campus opens
Photo Credit: Gloria Montgomery, Army Medicine
Each room is equipped with a single bed, computer desk with hutch, walk-in closet, ceiling fans, full-length mirror, night stand, ergonomic task chair, dresser and lamp. Warrior Transition Brigade Soldier Spc. Deidre Olivas, said her new room is better than some apartments and is grateful for WTB supplying everything a Soldier needs. She's especially thankful for the no-lip walk-in shower because she doesn't have to worry about tripping anymore. The new barracks, which can house up to 320 Soldiers, include a selection of Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant rooms with roll-in showers, kitchen counters and desks to accommodate wheel chairs and wheelchair-accessible washer and dryers. Handrails are installed throughout hallways as well as in all private bathrooms.
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