Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade's $62 million campus opens
Photo Credit: Gloria Montgomery, Army Medicine
Fort Hood's new Warrior Transition Brigade Complex is a $62 million, 15-acre campus that includes a 30,137 square-foot battalion headquarters, a 15,000 square-foot company headquarters, a 192,000 square-foot 320-person barracks and a 15,000 square-foot Soldiers and Family Assistance Center that includes child-care facilities and a modern playground. The new facility, which held a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 6, 2012, improves care for wounded, injured and ill Soldiers and their families because services are now centrally located and within walking distance. The new WTB campus allows WTB Soldiers to work, train and socialize as a group to create tighter bonds that have proven to be helpful in a Soldier's healing.
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