President Barack Obama addresses the audience during a memorial ceremony on Fort Hood, Texas, Nov. 10, 2009. The ceremony was held to honor the 13 service members who were killed at the base?s processing station Nov. 5, 2009.
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11 Soldiers Have Died At Fort Hood Since November
The Army is investigating a number of the recent deaths.
Flowers decorate a fence outside of Fort Hood's east gate on Sunday, April 6, 2014, in Killeen, Texas, in honor of those killed and wounded in the Fort Hood shooting on April 2. Three people were killed and 16 were wounded when a gunman opened fire before taking his own life at the Fort Hood military base.
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Fort Hood Will Allow Anyone To Live In Base Housing
The Texas Army installation will open base housing to civilians, leaving some soldiers worried about safety.
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Drunk Fort Hood Soldier Escapes Cop Car, Steals Ambulance, And Runs Away
After being arrested for public intoxication, this specialist escaped from a cop car, fired a police shotgun, and stole an ambulance.
A spur holder instructs a Korean Augmentation to the United States Army soldiers and his spur ride teammates during the final spur ride at Camp Hovey, South Korea, April 1.
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How A False Active-Shooter Threat And Social Media Gave Us All A ‘WTF Moment’
“U.S. Army W.T.F! moments,” an unofficial military Facebook group with more than 466,000 followers, posted the wrong info and scared the crap out of the Internet.
Flowers decorate a fence outside of Fort Hood's east gate on Sunday, April 6, 2014, in Killeen, Texas, in honor of those killed and wounded in the Fort Hood shooting on April 2. Three people were killed and 16 were wounded when a gunman opened fire before taking his own life at the Fort Hood military base.
History
The Truth Behind Fort Hood’s History Of Violent Crime
Everyone can tell a story of something bad that happened at Fort Hood, but do these stories reveal some truth about the installation's crime rate?
Master Sgt. Thomas Forbes, a drill instructor with the South Dakota National Guard gives local providers a taste of military training at  a Providers Symposium held on Camp Rapid, Rapid City, S.D. by the South Dakota Coalition for Military Families on Sept. 12th and 13th. The symposium brought together military and civilian care providers in a forum of support for all military members, veterans and  their families. (Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Beck/RELEASED)
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The Military Is Not Doing Enough To Bridge The Civilian-Military Divide
The military needs to play a bigger role in connecting troops to the public and promoting organizations that bring service members and communities together.