FORT HOOD, Texas - The Army is asking soldiers and their families their opinions about living in privatized housing.
The surveys have already gone out to several posts, but Fort Hood isn't expected to get the notices until April or May.
The surveys are asking questions about services, the quality of the properties and the overall housing experience.
The Army says the feedback is important so a high quality of life can be maintained. Soldiers and their families will have 30 days to complete the survey.
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