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November 7th, 2014
10:17 PM ET

American Journey: Fort Hood shooting hero

Army Major Patrick Miller was sitting in an office last April at Fort Hood when he heard gunfire and ran toward the danger. Maj. Miller was shot two inches below his heart. As he fought to survive, Maj. Miller fought to keep the shooter out of the office and he protected those around him. Maj. MIller spoke with Poppy Harlow and described the moment he first confronted the shooter saying "when you see someone in the same uniform as you, the same American flag again on the right shoulder, my thought was to protect them."
April 4th, 2014
09:54 PM ET

Honoring the lives lost in the Fort Hood Shooting

We know their names because of the way they died. But those who knew Timothy Owens, Carlos Lazaney-Rodriguez and Danny Ferguson are remembering how they lived. AC360 paused to honor them and those who were injured.

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April 4th, 2014
09:51 PM ET

Wife of soldier wounded at Fort Hood: It was a very scary situation

It's any wife's worst nightmare, hearing about a shooting and learning your husband has been hit. Renee Westbrook's husband, Sergeant John Westbrook, was shot three times during the Fort Hood attack. Renee describes the moment she learned her husband was hurt. She also talks about his recovery and the memories he shared of the tragedy.

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April 4th, 2014
09:26 PM ET

Fort Hood shooter was stockpiling ammunition

It is still too soon to know why Ivan Lopez opened fire on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood on Wednesday. It's possible we will never find out. But we are learning new information about the Fort Hood shooter, and what was going on in his life before the rampage took the lives of three people and wounded 16 others. Pamela Brown has the latest.

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April 3rd, 2014
09:45 PM ET

Could PTSD have played a role in the Fort Hood Shooting?

Fort Hood shooter Ivan Lopez served in the Iraq War, but his records show he was not directly involved in combat. Lopez was being treated for depression and anxiety. He was in the process of being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder. John Berman discussed this with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and military analyst Major General James 'Spider' Marks.

 

 

April 3rd, 2014
09:28 PM ET

How the Fort Hood shooting unfolded

Ivan Lopez walked into the First Medical Brigade building at Fort Hood. By the time his rampage ended, he killed three people and wounded 16 others before taking his own life. We are now getting a clearer picture of what happened in those tragic moments. Pamela Brown has a closer look.
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April 3rd, 2014
09:19 PM ET

Doctor who treated Fort Hood Victims: We are not just concerned about their physical state, but also their emotional state

Ivan Lopez took three lives before taking his own. He also wounded 16 others. Some of them were rushed to Scott and White Memorial Hospital. Dr. Matthew Davis is the Director of Trauma there, and he treated some of the shooting victims.  Dr. Davis also treated the victims after the 2009 Fort Hood shooting. He spoke to John Berman about his team's response to the shooting.

Ed Lavandera has more information on the surviving Fort Hood victims.

 

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April 2nd, 2014
10:30 PM ET

2009 Fort Hood shooting victim talks about today's shooting

Retired Staff Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford was repeatedly shot by Major Nidal Hasan during the 2009 shooting at Fort Hood. Hours after another shooting at the same base, he recounts those events for Wolf Blitzer. He also says "instead of pointing fingers, the first act we need to do is embrace the families."

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April 2nd, 2014
10:29 PM ET

Life inside Fort Hood

The shooting at Fort Hood happened at around 4:30 in the afternoon. For many of the soldiers stationed there, that's the time they are finishing up training and heading home to their families. Retired Major General James "Spider" Marks spent years living at Fort Hood. He describes what the base is like at that time of day and says "the strength of our military is not just in our soldiers… it's in those amazing families."

Major General James "Spider" Marks had more poignant remarks about the Fort Hood Families.