Fort Hood Army Base in Killeen, Texas, was the site of a violent massacre on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009. Alleged shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, an army psychiatrist, killed 13 people and injured 30.
Spc. Chad Rings (left) and Spc. David Straub wait to enter Fort Hood near the main entrance to the base after the shootings.
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Monica Cain, wife of soldier Darren Cain, waits to be reunited with her husband outside Fort Hood.
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In this image made from Associated Press Television video, emergency personnel take a wounded person on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance.
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Jamie Casteel and her husband Scotty stand outside the emergency room at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas, waiting to hear news of their son-in-law, U.S. Army soldier Matthew Cooke, who was injured during the shooting at Fort Hood.
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Sgt. First Class Noe Figueroa waits to get back on base outside Fort Hood's Clear Creek gate on Thursday, after the mass shooting on the base.
JAY JANNER—AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN / AP
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Volunteers waiting in line to donate blood at Scott & White Memorial Hospital look up at a television as an announcement is made that the suspected gunman in the Fort Hood mass shooting is still alive.
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Sgt. Anthony Sills comforts his wife as they wait outside the Fort Hood Army Base. The Sills' 3-year-old son was still in daycare on the base, which was on lock-down following the mass shooting earlier that day.
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A SWAT team enters the main gate at Fort Hood on Thursday.
JERRY LARSON—WACO TRIBUNE HERALD / AP
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Phlebotomist Sumer Mosley takes a blood donation from U.S. Army Pfc. Jose Estrada at Scott & White Memorial Hospital. Estrada said he was prompted by the shooting to drive to Temple from the post to donate.
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Lt. Gen. Robert Cone speaks during a press conference near the main entrance to Fort Hood on Thursday evening.
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Some of the first responders to the scene of the mass shooting walk to the media area to talk about the shooting on Friday morning.