On this day, 5 November 2009, 14 Americans were gunned down in a processing center at Ft Hood, Texas by a treasonous Jihadist Army Officer. This was classified by the government as ‘workplace violence’. 34 others were wounded, both Military and Civilians. The 14 dead are remembered below. Because of the vile and erroneous categorization, combat status has been denied to all victims and their families. As of this writing, I have not sourced the names of the wounded. They are to be honored as those that returned from battle in my opinion. I wish I had their names…
Autumn Manning (@WWWife) , wife of survivor Shawn Manning (who was shot 6 times and left for dead) is pressing the government to correctly classify the incident so the victims and families will be properly taken care of.
NEVER FORGET, NEVER SURRENDER, NUNQUAM SUMMITTO
Remember and honor the Fallen, the wounded, and their families:
Michael Grant Cahill, 62, Spokane, Washington. Civilian Physicians Assistant. Died attempting to overtake the Jihadist.
Major Libardo Eduardo Caraveo, 52, Woodbridge, Virginia
Staff Sergeant Justin Michael DeCrow, 32, Plymouth, Indiana
Captain John P. Gaffaney, 56, Sierra Mesa, California Died attempting to overtake the Jihadist.
Specialist Frederick Greene, 29, Mountain City, Tennessee
Specialist Jason Dean Hunt, 22, Tipton, Oklahoma
Staff Sergeant Amy Sue Krueger, 29, Kiel, Wisconsin
Private First Class Aaron Thomas Nemelka, 19, West Jordan, Utah
Private First Class Michael S. Pearson, 22, Bollingbrook Illinois
Captain Russell Gilbert Seager, 51, Racine, Wisconsin
Private First Class Francheska Velez, 21, and her unborn child, Chicago, Illinois
Lieutenant Colonel Juanita L. Warman, 55, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Private First Class Kham See Xiong, 23, St Paul, Minnesota
Rest with the Angels, Warriors and may God comfort those left behind