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General John Hendrix, Commander US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), looks on as Lieutenant General Leon Laporte, III Corps and Fort Hood Commander and the Honorable Mahlon Apgar IV, sign the official Partnership Declaration Residential Communities Initiative. The landmark ceremony took place symbolically under a large Texas live oak in front of residential housing Building 5721-2, Fort Hood, Texas, on 8 August 2000

General John Hendrix, Commander US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), looks on as Lieutenant General Leon Laporte, III Corps and Fort Hood Commander and the Honorable Mahlon Apgar IV, sign the official Partnership Declaration Residential Communities Initiative. The landmark ceremony took place symbolically under a large Texas live oak in front of residential housing Building 5721-2, Fort Hood, Texas, on 8 August 2000

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Fort Hood

State: Texas (TX)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Major Command Shown: FORSCOM

Scene Camera Operator: John Byerly, Civilian, USA

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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08/08/2000
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