I’m not sure if moving on is possible.
Soldiers who were shot in one of the bloodiest mass shootings in American history, as well as family members of the fallen, were reunited today, more than six years after the 2009 Fort Hood shooting that left 13 people dead and 31 wounded.
As the committee members for the Fort Hood Shooting Memorial site prepare to dedicate the memorial today in memory of those who lost their lives Nov. 5, 2009, a sense of accomplishment seems to be the pervading feeling among them.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a pair of U.S. representatives and dozens of families who lost sons, daughters, spouses and other loved ones will be in Killeen today for the official dedication of the “5 November, 2009 Fort Hood Memorial,” an outdoor memorial that honors those who were killed and wo…
For the families and military personnel whose lives were affected the most on Nov. 5, 2009, today’s memorial dedication and awards presentation are much more than a ceremonial event.
Despite the significant amount of rain Killeen has seen over the past few weeks, construction on the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood Shooting Memorial is still inching toward completion.
Secretary of the Army John McHugh announced today that he has directed the United States Army to provide "all possible benefits" to victims of a 2009 attack at Fort Hood who were recently awarded the Purple Heart medal, according to a news release from Fort Hood.
Construction on the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood Shooting Memorial is moving along, and the committee charged with raising funds for it is less than $28,000 away from its $402,000 goal.
FORT HOOD — After Purple Heart medals were awarded to soldiers who were wounded in the 2009 shooting at Fort Hood, several survivors said their struggle for full benefits is not over.
The committee charged with raising funds for the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood Shooting Memorial is less than $30,000 away from its goal, and set to begin pouring the foundation for the structure in about two weeks.
The committee charged with raising funds for the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood Shooting Memorial is less than $50,000 away from its goal.
In November, proceeds from every car wash at the Car Wash Barn will help fund the construction of the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood Shooting Memorial.
What started as sketches on a napkin began to come to fruition Tuesday morning as a committee developed to erect a memorial honoring the victims of the Nov. 5, 2009, shooting at Fort Hood broke ground on the structure.
The committee working toward construction of a memorial honoring the victims of the Nov. 5, 2009, shooting at Fort Hood has revitalized its efforts to raise funds, and the memorial could be built as soon as the next anniversary of the tragic shooting.