Photo by Jose Salazar, WSMR Public Affairs. Army housing on WSMR includes older ones like this one. While there are no known safety issues in any of the occupied houses, the Army Inspector General is hosting sensing sessions on WSMR to ensure that residents have a chance to report anything of concern.
In response to issues of housing and barracks safety and quality at other installations, the Army has directed the inspector general to evaluate all Army installation housing conditions to ensure Army residents are receiving the level of service and safety set by the Army.
Housing and barracks residents of White Sands Missile Range, are invited to three sensing sessions at the Post Theater to seek resident feedback on the service provided by Balfour Beatty for privatized housing and the Army for barracks. There will be a two sessions Feb 28, one at 2 pm to 3:30 pm and one at 6 pm to 7:30pm. There will also be a sensing session March 1 from 10 am to 11:30 am. If child care for the sensing session is needed it will be provided at no cost by the Child Development Center bldg. 272, please call 678-2059 to schedule a reservation.