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Families and friends rushed Cooper Field early Monday to embrace their loved ones who had just returned from a nine-month deployment in the Middle East.

Greywolf troopers begin returning home

Nearly 400 troopers from the 1st Cavalry Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team were welcomed home from their deployment this week on Cooper Field at Fort Hood.

The Greywolf Brigade is wrapping up its nine-month deployment in support of Operation Spartan Shield and Operation Inherent Resolve, and the remainder of the brigade will return home to the Great Place in the days ahead.

Pfc. Christopher Harris, a unit supply specialist assigned to Company A, 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, spent the majority of his time at Camp Buehring in Kuwait. He was excited to see his new son, Christopher Harris III, for the first time since he was born in May.

"It feels excellent," Harris said. "Everything is just excellent."

His wife, Charnece, was both smiling and crying at the same time after the ceremony.

"Words cannot even describe it," she said, wiping away tears.


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"The Long Road Home," based on Martha Raddatz's best-seller, chronicles the events of April 4, 2004, when a platoon was ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad, in an attack that came to be known as "Black Sunday." The television miniseries will premiere as part of a free screening at 6 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Abrams Physical Fitness Center. The event is first-come, first-served with limited seating. Free food will also be available while it lasts. The event is open for those ages 17 and up only. For more information, call 288-7835.


The Fort Hood Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers program is hosting a Halloween Fright Night party from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 27 at BOSS Headquarters. For more information, call 287-6116.


Fort Hood hosts its 43rd Retiree Appreciation events Oct. 27-28. Events include a golf tournament and retiree celebration on Oct. 27, followed by a breakfast, opening ceremonies and a county fair at Club Hood Oct. 28 and a Health Fair at the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center.
For more information, call the Fort Hood Retirement Services Office at 1-800-403-6640.


The 1st Cavalry Division Band presents Halloween Spooktacular at 7 p.m., Oct. 28, at Clear Creek Exchange. The performance will feature music from "Rocky Horror Picture Show," "Ghostbusters," Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and many more Halloween favorites.


The Hallelujah Festival is set for 2-6 p.m., Oct. 28, at Comanche Chapel. This free festival is for all ages and will feature moon bouncers, wall climbing, horseback riding, snow cones, cotton candy, face painting and much more. For more information, call Stacey Wilson at 288-6549.


Fort Hood residents are reminded that the fall hunting season in Texas began Sept. 1. The main hunting season will run through January 2018. Residents are advised they may hear an increased volume of weapons firing during the hunting season. Residents who witness weapon safety violations by hunters should report their concerns to the Fort Hood Police at 287-4001. The Sportsmen's Center is Fort Hood's hunting and fishing headquarters. Located at Bldg. 1937 Rod & Gun Club Loop off of Murphy Road, they offer Texas Super Combo License (hunting & fishing) to qualified Soldiers at no cost, though Fort Hood permit fees still apply. For more information, call the Sportsmen's Center at 532-4552.

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