Casey Memorial Library
About this Partner
Serving the Fort Hood community, the Casey Memorial Library is located in Killeen, Texas. Fort Hood is a United States military post named after Confederate General John Bell Hood. Originally named "The Armored Sentinel," the Fort Hood Sentinel is a weekly newspaper, published every Thursday to represent the news and events of the Fort Hood personnel. The library was memorialized in 1972 in honor of General George W. Casey, Sr., who was killed in Vietnam while visiting his wounded soldiers. The library is open seven days per week, with full services from computers to databases, books, periodicals, and media for all ages. Special collections include military history and Texas history.