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Deadly Shooting at Fort Hood Army Base

Officials say Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan was the gunman behind the deadly shootings at the Fort Hood Army Base in Texas, in which 13 people were killed and 38 others were wounded. 

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George Stratton III was shot at Fort Hood.

(Source: The Stratton family)

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 6: Federal agents search the apartment of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan in Killeen, Texas. Authorities say Hasan, an Army psychiatrist set to be shipped overseas, opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post in a rampage that killed 13 people and left 38 wounded in the worst mass shooting ever at a U.S. military base.

(Source: AP)

Fort Hood Vigil

Nov. 6: A woman who asked not to be identified gets a hug during a prayer vigil Friday.

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Fort Hood Victim

In this 2006 Bolingbrook High School yearbook photo provided by Prestige Portraits by Lifetouch in Woodridge, Ill., is Michael Pearson of Bolington, Ill. U.S Army Pfc. Michael Pearson was one of 13 people killed in the shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas.

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Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan

This undated image taken from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Fall 2007 newsletter shows Nidal Malik Hasan. Maj. Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, set to be shipped overseas.

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Fort Hood Hero

Officer Kim Munley, pictured here with country singer Dierks Bentley at a July 4 Fort Hood festival, in a photo from Munley's Twitter account.  She is credited with shooting Hasan despite being shot herself.  She remains in stable condition.

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Fort Hood Vigil

Nov. 6: Alma Thibodeaux, left, of Killeen, Texas, consoles Katherin Maddrow, who lives on post at Fort Hood, during a prayer vigil.

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 6: Federal agents search the apartment of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan in Killeen, Texas. Authorities say Hasan, an Army psychiatrist set to be shipped overseas, opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post in a rampage that killed 13 people and left 38 wounded in the worst mass shooting ever at a U.S. military base.

(Source: AP)

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Lisa Pfund, mother of Amber Bahr, a Random Lake woman hurt in the Fort Hood attack, speaks to members of the media in her Random Lake home.

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Fort Hood Alleged Shooter Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan (FNC)

Officials say Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan was the gunman who opened fire at Fort Hood.  Thirteen people were killed and 38 others were wounded, before Hasan was shot and taken into custody.

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Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Sgt. Anthony Sills, right, comforts his wife as they wait outside the Fort Hood Army Base near Killeen, Texas.

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Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Monica Cain, 44, wipes her eye as she tries to get in touch with her husband Sgt. Darren Cain who was stationed at Fort Hood, Texas.

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Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: A swat team enters the main gate at Fort Hood, Texas.

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Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Army Lt. Gen. Robert Cone gives a news conference after a shooting in Fort Hood, Texas.

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Daniel Clark hugs and comforts his wife Rachel Clark outside of the main gate of Fort Hood near Killeen, Texas.

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Staff Sgt. Fanuaee Fea, 32, comforts Savannah Green, 23, outside the main gate after a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas.

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Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Authorities guard the the closed entrance of Fort Hood, Texas, after a shooting on the base.

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Spc. Ryan Howard of Niles, Mich., right and Spc. David Straub of Ardmore, Okla. wait for news of fellow soldiers while waiting at the gate of the Army base after a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas.

Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5: Emergency personnel transport an unidentified soldier from the Soldier Readiness Center following a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas.

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Deadly Shooting at Fort Hood Army Base

Officials say Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan was the gunman behind the deadly shootings at the Fort Hood Army Base in Texas, in which 13 people were killed and 38 others were wounded. 

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