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Lawmakers who toured Fort Hood found a ‘toxic culture of fear, intimidation, harassment and indifference’
Fort Hood soldiers told members of a congressional delegation that suicides are treated as an inconvenience, they aren't provided resources to live safely and in healthy conditions and victims who...
Congress is opening an investigation into Fort Hood
Lawmakers want a congressional hearing on soldier deaths at Fort Hood
Republican U.S. Sen. John Cornyn has joined a bipartisan call for a congressional hearing on the “command climate and culture” at Fort Hood after the disappearances and deaths of several...
Fort Hood leaders have ‘blood on their hands’ in death of missing soldier, family attorney says
The leadership at the U.S. Army Fort Hood base in Texas created an environment that led to the death of Sgt. Elder Fernandes, a Brockton native who was missing for...
Army says sexual assault complaint ‘unsubstantiated’ from soldier found dead near Fort Hood
“Our investigation has been completed and is with the command and their legal team for further action if warranted."
Body believed to be missing Fort Hood soldier Elder Fernandes found in Texas, family lawyer says
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the Fernandes family during this challenging time," Temple Police Chief Shawn Reynolds said.
Soldier missing from Fort Hood was ‘bullied’ after reporting sexual assault, lawyer says
Sgt. Elder Fernandes was last seen on Aug. 17.
Foul play not suspected in case of missing Fort Hood soldier
Officials believe that Fernandes "left on his own accord."