Here’s What We Know About Eight of the Soldiers Who Have Died This Year at Fort Hood

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In 2009 a U.S. Army psychiatrist killed 13 people, an unborn child, and injured 32 others in a shooting rampage. Five years later the U.S. Army post was struck again when a veteran killed three people and injured 16 others before killing himself.

But today the post, about 60 miles from Austin, Texas, is facing another series of tragedies as one service member after another turns up dead.

The most notorious case is that of Spc. Vanessa Guillen, whose remains were discovered a few weeks ago, months after her disappearance. The circumstances surrounding her death prompted the Army to assemble a civilian review of the “command, climate, and culture” at Fort Hood.

Besides Guillen, at least 7 soldiers stationed at Fort Hood have died or been found dead since March, including one who took his life after becoming a suspect in Guillen’s disappearance.

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Original Source: By Wire Service The Epoch Times

2 COMMENTS

  1. What is it with Fort Hood? I was afraid for my son before but now even more so. He has to report back on the 3rd.

  2. Sometimes the culture at a base can create a ripple effect. I experienced a little of that as a Marine at Camp Horno, in Southern California.

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