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The Fort Hood Media Relations staff assists members of the news media in reporting on Fort Hood, ensuring the American public has access to information they need to understand the military's role in the community, in support of the nation, and throughout the world.   The latest news from the installation is posted on the Fort Hood Press Center available online at www.forthoodpresscenter.com.   News media wishing to cover events on Fort Hood should submit their requests on the press center at Submit your question here.


News Media Reporting on Fort Hood

  • All news media representatives planning to cover events on Fort Hood must be escorted by a member of one of the post's Public Affairs Offices, or will be refused entry to Fort Hood. Call (254) 287-9993 or (254) 287-0106 to request a PAO escort. Escorts should be arranged in advance to allow for coordination with the organization receiving coverage.
  • After hours, media should call the Emergency Operations Center at (254) 287-2054 and ask for the on-call PAO.
  • Members of the news media who have a personal affiliation with the military (retiree, spouse or family member) and have a military identification card are instructed to call the Garrison PAO media relations office at the numbers above for escort when reporting a story. Due to the limited number of PAO staff members available to provide escort, media are asked to request escort support as far in advance as possible.
  • The media are reminded that security precautions and federal regulations prohibit unlimited access to military installations and media representatives found unescorted by a representative of a Public Affairs Office are subject to confiscation of cameras and recorders and may be subject to prosecution by the federal court system.
  • Current security regulations require all vehicles entering Fort Carson to present current vehicle registration and proof of insurance as well as being subject to a complete inspection. All passengers must have photo identification. Vehicles that arrive at the gate without the proper documentation will be denied entry.

The Fort Hood Press Center

The Fort Hood Press Center is a one-stop shop for all news media:

Local News:

Local TV stations:

Local Radio:

  • Fort Hood commanders are featured each Thursday at 8:30 a.m. on Waco 100's Zach and Jim Show (Country).
  • The Fort Hood area is serviced by many radio stations offering a wide variety of music styles, news, weather and sports.

Noise & Environmental Concerns Process

  • The Fort Hood Public Affairs media relations office handles all civilian noise and environmental concerns for the installation. To ensure proper procedures are followed, we ask that if you have a concern, please submit your concerns through the Fort Hood Press Center query system and choose either "General Media Inquiries" as the category.