Chaffee Village 

 

Fort Hood is located in Killeen, Texas and has a population of approximately 53,000. It is home to one of the largest military installations in the world. It also includes two towns; Fort Hood and its suburb, Killeen. The two towns are very close to each other, so much that some locals refer to the area as Chaffe Village. Chaffe Village is basically a neighborhood of Fort Hood, TX where most military facilities are situated. It also hosts various schools and other institutions around the area. You can read more about Chaffe Village below.

Chaffee Village is a small rural community located in Northeast Ellsworth county. It lies just outside of the town of Randall, which has a population of about 300 people. The village is surrounded by luscious pastures and agricultural fields. There isn’t much to see or do nearby, but if you do find yourself in this area, check out the local farmers’ markets on Saturdays and enjoy some really good blueberry pancakes! The nearest large city is Wichita Falls, which is about 15 miles north of Chaffee Village. Within that same general area you’ll find the towns of Anderson and Wills Point as well as the cities of Wichita Falls, Archer City and Stamford.

The village itself was named after George Chaffee (1844-1927), who was a prominent rancher in Ellsworth County during the 1880s and 1890s. He built a number of his farms throughout the county with his son George Jr., who also had a successful farming career here. Today there are over 90 homes in Chaffee Village that range from ranch style houses to more modern brick homes with white trim.

Chaffee Village is a neighborhood of Fort Hood, Texas. The area is named after Francis Rawlins Chaffee, an officer killed in action in the Civil War. It is located south of the main post and west of the Val Verde community.It is home to many military facilities on Fort Hood, such as the 5th Battalion, 6th Regional Combat Sustainment Command (5-6 RCSCOM) and the 10th Combat Sustainment Support Brigade (10 CSSB).

The community has a population of about 4,000 people, with most residents being military personnel. As a result, it has a very high resident retention rate and low vacancy rate. In addition to housing military personnel and their families, it also serves as an extension of downtown for the neighboring communities.

Chaffee Village is the neighborhood and census-designated place (CDP) located on Fort Hood Military Base in Killeen, Texas. It is named after Civil War General William M. Caffee, who was killed in action during the Indian Wars on this very military base. The area of present-day Fort Hood has been used by the U.S. Army for more than 100 years. The post was established here in 1883 and it continued to operate as a military installation until its closure in September 2011. Today, Fort Hood is home to the 1st Cavalry Division and one of the largest military bases in the world with over 200,000 active duty soldiers, family members and retired personnel serving there at any given time.