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About Fort Hood

Fort Hood, Texas is named after the famous Confederate Gen. John Bell Hood. This Confederate general gained his fame as a commander of the Texas brigade while taking part in the Civil War. This military post can be found between Austin and Waco in the state of Texas. Most people do not know that this military post was actually set up in order to run tests on World War II take destroyers. In addition, the United States War Department also spent countless hours training these take destroyers. Four but was built in 1942 and continues to remain in the use until today. This post is proud to include a total area of over 158,000 acres.

The take destroyers that were trained it for upload during World War II were being tested in order to defeat German tank destroyers. The United States War Department needed an area that could provide a wide open space. Before the military post was built there were approximately 300 families living in the area. Clear Creek, Antelope and Elijah were all communities that once existed on the grounds of Fort Hood military post. Unfortunately, these communities no longer exist in the area. During World War II the northern portion of Fort Hood was responsible for keeping approximately 4,000 prisoners of war. In June of 1943 Camp Hood had an overall population of approximately 95,000 troops.

By March of 1944 the military tank destroyers were eventually replaced by an infantry replacement training center as well as field artillery battalions. Some of the most notable residents that once resided in for good include Elvis Presley, Tia Mowery, Lucas Till and Blain Grubbs. This military post is the established home base of the 1st Cavalry Division, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, 13th Sustainment Command, First Army Division West and the 41st Fires Brigade.