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Fort Hood among six posts facing RIF

Fort Hood among six posts facing RIF


The U.S. Army Garrison leadership met with the unit’s civilian workforce at Howze Auditorium, June 14, for the first of a series of town hall meetings aimed at explaining the upcoming Installation Management Command-led Reduction in Force, or RIF process.

In his opening remarks, Fort Hood Garrison Commander Col. Hank Perry told more than 300 employees in attendance that it is important to him, personally, that the process is transparent.

“We know this is stressful on the workforce and their Families,” he said.

Perry said the RIF process at Fort Hood will begin the week of July 2, with employees affected receiving their notices two weeks later. “We’re not the only installation impacted,” Perry said, noting that IMCOM Headquarters at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio; Fort Riley, Kansas; Fort Stewart, Georgia; Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland; and Fort Meade, Maryland are also conducting a RIF to meet mandated manpower levels for fiscal year 2019, which begins
Oct. 1.

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LGBT CELEBRATION

Guest speaker Matthew Saylor will be featured at a Gay Pride Month celebration from 1:30-2:30 p.m., June 28, at Fort Hood Community Events Center. For more information, call (254) 248-4137.

ADAPTIVE SPORTS DAY

Youth Sports and Fitness presents the 8th annual Adaptive Sports Day from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., June 29, at Abrams Physical Fitness Center. The event is open to children and Families in order to get a better understanding about adaptive sports and what they can do. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (254) 288-2214, or go to
hood.armyMWR.com

REMEMBRANCE RUN

A Remembrance Run 5K Run/Walk is set for 7 a.m., June 30, at Sadowski Field. Medals and trophies will be awarded for the overall top male/female runners and top age category finishers. T-shirts are available for purchase for $15. To register, go to
https://bit.ly/2M1Z8s5.
On-site day of race registration will be conducted from 6-6:45 a.m. For more information, go to
 https://bit.ly/2kQ24LT

ROCKIN’ FEST

Rockin’ Fest is set for 11 a.m.-2 p.m., June 30 at Bronco Youth Center. Activities include face painting, arts and crafts, games, music, a DJ, bounce and water inflatables and child safety demos. The event is free and open to all. For more information, call (254) 287-6745.

Outdoor pools open

Pool passes may be purchased at the pools with cash or check. Pool passes must be in the possession of the individual(s) to enter facility. Pools open are Comanche, Patton and West Fort Hood pools. For pool operating hours, go to
https://bit.ly/2s7Bm4H.
Pool passes are also available for purchase at the following locations:

• Leisure Travel Services

• Recreation Equipment Checkout

• Sprocket Auto Crafts Center

• West Fort Hood Travel Camp For more information, call the Aquatics Office at
(254) 287-4648.

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