Lauding the Largest WTU

Lamance, Rich
July 2008
Soldiers;Jul2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p4
The article focuses on the Army Medical Action Plan's (AMAP) Fort Hood warrior transition unit (WTU). Fort Hood in north central Texas is reportedly the largest warrior transition unit (WTU), with more than 50,000 Soldiers. According to the article, the triad of care, composed of a squad leader, a primary care provider and a registered nurse case manager, is the heart and soul of Fort Hood's Soldier-care system. An overview of Fort Hood, including the Thomas Moore Health Clinic, is offered.


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