Tragedy at Fort Hood

Department of Defense Photo Essay

  • Army Lt. Gen. Robert Cone, commanding general of III Corps and Fort Hood, gives an initial update to media members outside Fort Hood's main entrance, Nov. 5, 2009. Fort Hood's commander fielded questions regarding a shooting spree that killed 13 people and wounded 30 others.  U.S. Army photo
  • Army Lt. Gen. Robert Cone, commanding general of III Corps and Fort Hood, provides details of an attack at the installation by a lone gunman to media members outside Fort Hood's main entrance Nov. 5, 2009. Fort Hood's commander also fielded questions regarding a shooting spree that killed 13 people and wounded 30 others.  U.S. Army photo by Michael Heckman
  • Army Lt. Gen. Robert Cone, commanding general of III Corps and Fort Hood, provides details of an attack at the installation by a lone gunman to media members outside Fort Hood's main entrance Nov. 5, 2009.  Fort Hood's commander also fielded questions on the shooting spree that killed 13 people and wounded 30 others. U.S. Army photo by Michael Heckman
  • Post police take cover when a gunman fires shots at the Fort Hood Soldier Readiness Processing Center Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Andrew Evans
  • Detectives assigned to the Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Sevices respond Nov. 5, 2009, to a shooter barricaded in the post's deployment readiness center. Thirteen people died and 30 more were wounded in the incident.   U.S. Army photo by Andrew Evans
  • Army Lt. Gen Robert Cone (right), III Corps commanding general and the corps' senior noncommissioned officer, Command Sgt. Maj. Arthur L. Coleman, Jr., receive a briefing from Fort Hood law enforcement officers outside the shooting site.  Thirteen people died and 30 more were wounded in the incident Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason R. Krawczyk
  • SWAT team members approach a building with a gunman inside.  Thirteen people were killed and 30 more wounded in an attack by a lone gunman at Fort Hood Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason R. Krawczyk
  • Bystanders crouch for cover as shots rang out from Fort Hood's Soldier Readiness Processing Center Nov. 5, 2009, as law enforcement officers run toward the sound of the gun.  A lone gunman killed 13 people and wounded 30 more in the incident. U.S. Army photo by Jeramie Sivley
  • A soldier stands guard outside a Mobile Command Post at Fort Hood Nov. 5, 2009, following a gunman's attack that left 13 dead and 30 wounded.      U.S. Army photo
  • Ambulances line up outside Fort Hood's Soldier Readiness Processing Center in the wake of a gunman's rampage which killed 13 and wounded 30 others Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Jeramie Sivley
  • Soldiers particpating in their college graduation ceremony broke away from the celebration to treat another wounded Soldier on the steps of Fort Hood's Howze Theater in the aftermath of an attack by a lone gunman Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Jeramie Sivley
  • First responders use a table as a stretcher to transport a wounded soldier to an awaiting ambulance at Fort Hood Nov. 5, 2009.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason R. Krawczyk
  • First responders prepare the wounded for transport in waiting ambulances near Fort Hood's Soldier Readiness Processing Center Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Jeramie Sivley
  • A first responder to a lone gunman's attack at Fort Hood Nov. 5, 2009, renders honors at retreat after aiding his fellow soldiers.   U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason R. Krawczyk
  • Workers at the National Guard Bureau in Crystal City, Va., held a moment of remembrance at noon, Nov. 6, 2009, for the victims of the shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. "The thoughts and prayers of the National Guard are with Fort Hood soldiers, their families and the local community today," wrote Air Force Gen. Craig McKinley, the chief of the Nationa Guard Bureau.  U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jon Soucy