Pilot Program at Fort Hood Customizes TransitionOctober 14, 2016 | :
by Heather Graham-Ashley
Fort Hood is one of six installations selected for a pilot program that could customize the transition process for Soldiers.
Starting Oct. 1, Soldiers at six selected installations will phase into the two-year Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program Pilot that customizes the transition process for the Soldier.
“The Army believes there is a better way to ensure Soldiers are prepared to go out into the civilian workforce,” Lt. Col. John Snyder, SFL-TAP branch chief, Army Human Resources Command, said during a visit to Fort Hood Sept. 7.
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