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Fort Hood focuses on preparedness

Recent hurricanes and the associated high winds, flooding and tornadic activity have highlighted the necessity of emergency preparedness.

September marks National Preparedness Month, a time geared toward building awareness and encouraging Americans to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, schools, organizations, businesses and places of worship.

Each year, Fort Hood joins the nation in highlighting the importance of emergency preparedness and planning ahead for potential disaster.

This year's theme, "Disasters don't plan ahead. You can" emphasizes the importance of pre-planning for potential emergencies.

Established in 2004 by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Month is observed each September and encourages Americans to take steps to prepare for emergencies at home, work and in their neighborhoods.


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Students at area schools will bring Federal Impact Aid forms home. All military and federally connected Families are encouraged to fill out the form and return it with their children the following day. Federal Impact Aid is a law that provides a way for the federal government to reimburse local school districts for federally connected students residing on and off post. Funding is provided to off-set the loss of property taxes on federal property. The amount of funds the school district receives is based upon the number of Impact Aid forms completed and returned.


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.


III Corps and 36th Engineer Brigade are hosting a Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, scheduled for 1:30-2:30 p.m. Sept. 21 at Phantom Warrior Center, Building 194. The guest speaker will be retired Maj. Gen. Alfred Valenzuela, Senior Consultant for the Center of Terrorism Law at St. Mary’s University School of Law San Antonio. For more information, call 287-6242.


Single Soldiers, Single parents and unaccompanied Soldiers are invited to come out to Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers’s Single Soldiers Festival 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 29 at Sportsmen’s Center Pavilion. Transportation will be provided to and from the event. No parking at the event. Cost is free. For more information, call 287-6116.


Fort Hood Salutes offers a fun evening of music, Child and Youth Services arts and crafts tent, bounce houses for the kids and static displays. The event is set for 5-9 p.m. Sept. 16 at Hood Stadium and will feature Gary Sinise and The Lt. Dan Band. Stadium seating will be available and visitors are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets on the field. Concessions will also be available for purchase. The event is free and open to all. For more information, call 288-7835.

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