'Strings' of Peace Soothing Fort Hood Soldiers

By Ms. Gloria Montgomery (Army Medicine)November 26, 2010

FORT HOOD, Nov. 24, 2010--Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade Soldier, Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Chapa, tunes in to harpist Nancy Gallegos during 1st Battalion's coffee time. Chapa said he found the music very soothing and a welcome respite from the television noise. Gallegos has  been serenading  Fort Carson Soldiers for several years. The event was part of the numerous activities sponsored by the WTB during November's Warrior Care Month. (Photo by Gloria Montgomery, WTB PAO)
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