HHD 9th Hospital Center
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Operating as usual
To the Soldiers, Families, and Community of III Corps and Fort Hood,
Today the Fort Hood Independent Review Committee released their report following an assessment of the command climate and culture on Fort Hood and within the surrounding community. This historic and unprecedented review has revealed genuine issues that will require the collective efforts of Fort Hood and our local community partners to effectively address.
Feedback from our own Soldiers, Family Members, and external reviews indicate that two decades of sustained combat operations and rotational requirements have created an imbalance between mission and people. As such, we lost focus in taking care of our most valuable resource - our Soldiers - resulting in a growing trust deficit between Leader and Led.
We are committed to implementing the review committees' recommendations and incorporating them into Operation PEOPLE FIRST. Once fully implemented, PEOPLE FIRST will make Fort Hood a safer place. We expect Leaders to know their Soldiers and Families and to take action to ensure their health and welfare are provided for. Leaders who fail to act, or who fail to treat others with dignity and respect, will be held accountable. We will not tolerate discrimination or harassment within our force.
America trusts us with their sons and daughters. As such, every Soldier deserves great Leaders - Leaders who inspire Soldiers to be the best they can be and, more importantly, Leaders who earn their trust.
America's Hammer remains the most capable fighting force in the world. We will work together to certify Leaders of character, hold accountable those that break the sacred trust between Leader and Led, and ensure that all are treated with dignity and respect.
1st Medical Brigade
13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command
III Corps and Fort Hood
How's your Tuesday? Silver Knight Officers and NCO's are learning about overcoming adversity and developing shared understanding with Soldiers.
We are honored to host Silver Knight Mr. John Arroyo, survivor of the 2014 Fort Hood shooting. Mr. Arroyo's presentation will be uploaded to Facebook shortly. Action Week, Get Up,
1st Medical Brigade
13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command
III Corps and Fort Hood
You are not alone.
We want everyone to know , , , and Families can find confidential support 24/7 through the Military Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255, option 1 or text 838255.
I recommend that every NCO seek out some type credible tangible in person mentorship from someone who is not going to just tell you what to hear but what you need to hear.
There are Senior NCOs that are willing and able to steer you in the right direction if you are willing to be TEACHABLE.
No one is beyond correction. If you are in a situation that seems unfavorable and no one is telling you how you could have handled that situation better and they are hyping you up, that’s the worst advice you can get.
Get a mentor ASAP!
~~ MSG RYAN ~~
🗣LPD with MG(Ret) Ursone.
Who: Company Command Teams
What: Leader Professional Development
When 17 December 2020/1100 to 1300
Where: Fort Hood NCO Backbone Lounge / MS Teams
COVID-19 hasn’t gone anywhere. Cases are rising rapidly in many parts of the U.S. This pandemic is not over. But, if we all work together and do our part, it can be. Here’s what you can do to help protect yourself and others:
• Wear a mask over your mouth AND nose when in public.
• Stay home when you can.
• Stay at least 6 feet apart from others and avoid crowds.
• Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.
Learn more about ways you can slow the spread of COVID-19: https://bit.ly/3bGvO6p.
Develop a Red Teamer's Mindset
While the U.S. Army recently disbanded the Red Team course, this article From The Green Notebook posits anyone can improve their knowledge to make better decisions by reading and reflecting on the wisdom available in books relevant to Red Teaming.
What is Red Teaming?
Red Teaming is a mindset and a skillset that helps individuals and organizations make better decisions through the artful application of structured analytical tools and techniques.
Why Red Team?
To provide commanders an independent capability to fully explore alternative plans, operations, and concepts in the context of the operational environment and from the perspectives of partners, adversaries, and others.
How to Red Team?
- Understand context, context, context.
- Possess humility.
- Employ strategic, cognitive empathy (defeat bias / ethnocentrism)
- Think better (see below for tools).
- Communicate well.
How to Develop Red Teaming Skills?
- Read broadly (recommendations below).
- Reflect often.
- Research and study the anticipated and actual operating environment.
- Review the Red Team Handbook (https://usacac.army.mil/sites/default/files/documents/ufmcs/The_Red_Team_Handbook.pdf)
What to Read to Develop Red Teaming Skills?
- The Logic of Failure by Dietrich Dorner
- Farsighted: How We Make the Decisions That Matter the Most by Steven Johnson
- Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
- Red Teaming: How Your Business Can Conquer the Competition by Challenging Everything by Bryce Hoffman
- Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction by Phillip E. Tetlock and Dan Gardner
- Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking by M. Neil Browne and Stuart M. Keeley
- The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel Coyle
- On Grand Strategy by John Lewis Gaddis
- Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling by Edgar Schein
- The Return of Marco Polo’s World: War, Strategy, and American Interests in the Twenty-first Century by Robert Kaplan
Many of these books have been reviewed or shared on this site already. If you have not read these, or maybe even if you have, I encourage you to add them to your reading list. Maybe update that Christmas wish list even!
What would you add?
Read the whole article here: https://fromthegreennotebook.com/2020/09/26/building-a-red-teamers-library/
1st Medical Brigade 30th Medical Brigade 44th Medical Brigade 62ND MEDICAL BRIGADE 65th Medical Brigade 8th Medical Brigade Assistant Corps Chief for Reserve Affairs, Medical Service Corps Army Medicine Regional Health Command-Atlantic RHC-Atlantic Commanding General Medical Service Corps Chief 70H Medical Operations Officers Army Training Management Directorate U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
The ASK-EM 21-01 Market will open Veterans' Day (Wednesday, 11 NOV 20) at 0700 for over 9000 NCOs across most enlisted MOSs.
Most eligible NCOs with a YMAV (Year/Month Available to move) between 2107 and 2110 will be included in the 21-01 market. The report dates for 21-01 are between July-October 2021. NCOs identified to move will receive an automated email at 0700 on 11 NOV 20 that will grant them access to the ASK-EM web-based market interface. Access will remain open for four weeks until 08 DEC 20 at midnight for NCOs to submit their preferences.
NCOs who are NOT identified to move in 21-01 will NOT have access to the ASK-EM tab within ASK.
Example of the ASK-EM Market can be downloaded using the below link.
Contact your branch at if you have any questions about the ASK-EM market or your YMAV.
ID card office moves to convenient location
The Fort Hood Identification Card Facility has officially changed locations to better suit the needs of personnel coming on the installation for an ID.
NEW PATTERN FOR U.S. ARMY'S OPERATIONAL CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN (OCP) ARMY COMBAT UNIFORM (ACU) RANK INSIGNIA, BADGES, NAME, AND SERVICE TAPES
From Army G-1 Uniform Policy: U.S. Army's OCP ACU rank insignia, badges, name, and service tapes will now feature a lighter pattern to increase readability and make it easier to recognize a Soldier's rank. The Army and Air Force Exchange Service has already begun to transition inventories to the new three-color pattern name and service tapes. The three-color insignia name tags should be in the inventory and available to Soldiers by Nov 2020. The current seven-color background rank insignia, badges, name, and service tapes are and will remain, authorized for wear.
HHD, 9th Hospital Center staff concluded Phantom Action week with a yoga session for pt, flag football, and a BBQ. We had an amazing time!!!!
179 Darnall Loop
Fort Hood, TX
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Nearby government services
418th Contracting Support BrigadeDarnall Loop
Alpha Company, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical CWratten Drive
761 Street Tank Battalion Avenue
Clear Creek Road
Other Government Organizations in Fort Hood
Building 9584 Martin Drive
13th Expeditionary Sustainment CommandSupport Avenue
1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade62nd Street