FORT CAVAZOS, Texas — Fort Cavazos is not able to keep all seven Warrior Restaurants open due to multiple Combat Training Center rotations, operational deployments to Europe, facility renovations, and required support to Cadet Summer Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
These commitments required the closure of multiple Warrior Restaurants facilities, leaving only one, the OIF Warrior Restaurant, open on main post. In addition, the Always Ready Warrior Restaurant on West Fort Cavazos and the North Fort Cavazos Warrior Restaurant were open.
The dining facilities available through July did not reach capacity and were well stocked throughout the month.
Since Aug. 7, Fort Cavazos reopened two additional Warrior Restaurants: the Iron Horse and Patriot Inn Warrior Restaurants.
All have increased available services to our Soldiers and some dining facilities are providing take-home meals for Soldiers to have in their barracks rooms.
As the deployed (and training rotations) units return to Fort Cavazos, additional Warrior Restaurants will open for those returning Soldiers.
Flyers and posters were placed throughout unit areas, barracks, and at all dining facilities to inform Soldiers of changes for the summer.
As our operational demands shift, the availability of dining facilities will also be adjusted to meet the needs of our Soldiers.
Updates on the status of the dining facilities will continue to be posted and disseminated on social media channels, in the Fort Cavazos Sentinel, on the Fort Cavazos Website and on the Fort Cavazos Media Center.
Earlier this summer, the III Armored Corps commanding general, Lt. Gen. Sean Bernabe, established an installation-level food service board to ensure the best use of food service resources in support of our Soldiers.
More information will be released on the Fort Cavazos Media Center as it becomes available.
B-roll for the Fort Cavazos OIF Warrior Restaurant
Photos from the Fort Cavazos OIF Warrior Restaurant