FORT HOOD (Now designated Fort Cavazos), Texas — The III Armored Corps and Fort Hood (Now designated Fort Cavazos) continues to maintain a heightened level of readiness, with Soldiers training in the field and across the country.
“We routinely conduct readiness activities to ensure we are prepared to deploy, if ordered to do so. No deployment order has been given,” said Col. Wayne Marotto, III Armored Corps Director of Public Affairs & Spokesman. “The training and readiness activities we are conducting are precautionary actions to provide our National Command Authority with a variety of options should additional forces be needed in Europe to assure our NATO and European allies and deter Russian aggression.”
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B-Roll: The 1st Air Cavalry Brigade conducts medical evacuation training in German field artillery ground medics during Allied Spirit, Jan. 22, 2022, Hoehenfels Training Area, Germany
B-Roll: 3rd Battalion, 277th Aviation Regiment is fit to fight in the Black Sea region
Imagery: 1st Air Cavalry Brigade moves aircraft to Poland taken February 22, 2022
Imagery: 3d Cavalry Regiment conducts training as part of Rifles Forge this month