• September 29, 2016

Ivan A. Lopez

Soldiers Medal presented to ex-Fort Hood soldier

A former Fort Hood soldier who was shot twice by Spc. Ivan A. Lopez in the April 2, 2014, shooting at Fort Hood was awarded the Soldiers Medal, the Army’s highest noncombat award.

2014 highest year for unregistered weapons at Fort Hood

On April 2, 2014, Fort Hood was once again the site of a deadly mass shooting perpetrated by a disgruntled soldier.

Report tried to answer questions in 2014 shooting

FORT HOOD — It was just after 4:15 p.m. April 2 when gunshots rang out on post.

April 2 post shooting alters plans for survivor

FORT SAM HOUSTON — First Lt. John Arroyo had a plan for the rest of his life. Before April 2, explaining it was easy.

Report praises Fort Hood’s response to April rampage

FORT HOOD — A report on the April 2 shooting praised the installation’s response to the tragic incident that left four dead and 16 wounded.

Report: Turnover may have hurt shooter’s supervisors

Leadership turnover and a high tempo of mission operations may have had a negative impact on the men and women assigned to supervise the troubled soldier who went on a shooting rampage April 2 at Fort Hood.

2014 report sheds light on Army’s management of soldiers on multiple medications

Prescription drugs were not a factor in the tragic on-post shooting that left four soldiers, including the shooter, dead and 16 others wounded in April.

Army report on Lopez finds history of deception

An Army report released last week is shedding more light on the man who shot and killed three soldiers, injured 16 and then killed himself during an on-post shooting in April.

Shooting report could spark change to Fort Hood’s gun policy

FORT HOOD — Soldiers could face new requirements for owning personal firearms in the wake of a report on the 2014 post shooting that left four dead.

Army: No way to prevent April 2 post shooting

The Army released a long-awaited report Friday on the deadly April 2 shooting at Fort Hood that left four dead.

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