Members in Fort Hood, Texas, recommitted to readiness and resilience for soldiers, families and civilians during a ceremony installing the post’s Resiliency Campus and the unveiling of the Soldier and Family Fit Facility on June 3 that marked its re-launch.
“This facility embodies a key part of what is (III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General Lt. Gen. Mark Milley’s intent) and an Army effort to invest in the long-term resilience of our force,” said Maj. Gen. Anthony Ierardi, III Corps and Fort Hood deputy commanding general.
Milley has said that his No. 1 priority for III Corps is readiness. To that end, the facility provides services to enhance and build readiness for individuals, families and units. The overall vision, Ierardi said, is a Fort Hood community that integrates resilience into how they build, strengthen, maintain and assess total fitness, individual performance and unit readiness.
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