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The Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade provides command and control, primary care and case management for Soldiers in transition to establish conditions for healing and to promote the timely return to the force or transition to continue serving the Nation as a Veteran in their community.
Brigade Commander: (254) 553-2427
Brigade CSM: (254) 285-5056
Brigade Adjutant: (254) 288-0911
Brigade S1: (254) 553-4796
Brigade PAO: (254) 285-5023 or 288-3395
Chaplain: (254) 553-4789
EOC: (254) 288-4161
Staff Duty NCO: (254) 288-6443 (1st Bn.)
(254) 287-7128 (300 Block)
|WTB Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Office: (254) 288-3393
BB: (254) 466-9929
|WTB Equal Opportunity Advisor
Office: (254) 286-7908
BB: (254) 466-9910
Click for the WTB Phone Directory (.pdf file format)
The Army is transforming warrior care...
through a commitment to wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers, at home and in battle.
The Warrior Transition Brigade provides command and control, primary care, and case management for warriors who have suffered injury or illness while serving as a member of the U.S. Army. We ensure the each Service Member receives the appropriate medical care and administrative processing that is needed to return to duty. Return to their units or their community and their Families in a timely manner and with respect.
Wounded Soldiers and Family Hotline ~ 1 (800) 984-8523
The Army Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline provides wounded and injured Soldiers and their family members another way to resolve medical issues. The hotline provides an information channel for Soldiers' medical-related issues to go directly to senior Army leadership and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program - AW2 - embodies the Warrior Ethos we will never leave a fallen comrade. AW2s personalized recovery services for severely wounded Soldiers are not limited by geography or physical location and are not constrained by recovery or rehabilitation timelines.
page last modified on: 5/15/2013