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Some Saw Trouble With Fort Hood Suspect

In the months leading to Thursday's shooting spree, Hasan raised eyebrows with comments that the war on terror was "a war on Islam" and wrestled with what to tell fellow Muslim solders who had their doubts about fighting in Islamic countries.

For Marines in Afghanistan, IEDs Are a Constant Fear

Few songs are as haunting as Taps played for a fallen warrior, and on an isolated combat outpost in southern Afghanistan it has been sounded for David Baker, a 22-year-old Marine just six weeks short of redeploying home when killed in an explosion.

Suspect Could Face Death for Fort Hood Shooting

American-born Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan has yet to be charged but is expected to face at least 13 counts of murder

Navy to Commission Ship Built With World Trade Steel

The Navy is commissioning its newest battleship with a bow forged from steel that once held up the World Trade Center.

Ft. Hood Massacre Witnesses Tell Tales of Horror, Heroism

Many who witnessed the worst mass shooting on an American military base, allegedly at the hands of an angry Army psychiatrist, tell tales of horror and heroism from that day.

Texas Town Mourns Tragedy at Fort Hood

Like other military installations nationwide, the bonds between Fort Hood and the town at its doorstep are tight.

Florida Shooting Suspect in Police Custody

A gunman opened fire Friday in the offices of an engineering firm where he was let go more than two years ago, killing one person and injuring five others.

Troubling Portrait Emerges of Ft. Hood Rampage Suspect

His name appears on radical Internet postings. A fellow officer says he fought his deployment to Iraq and argued with soldiers who supported U.S. wars.