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The second tragic shooting in less than 5 years hits Ft. Hood




General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting that occurred earlier in the day at Fort Hood Military Base on April 2, 2014 in Fort Hood, Texas.  Milley confirmed that four people were dead in the shooting, including the gunman himself.
General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting that occurred earlier in the day at Fort Hood Military Base on April 2, 2014 in Fort Hood, Texas. Milley confirmed that four people were dead in the shooting, including the gunman himself.
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Yesterday's shootings at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas brought back painful memories for many service members on base.

It's been less than five years since the last shooting that killed 13 and injured dozens more. Yesterday's attack killed three and injured 16. It's raised new security concerns at one of the largest US military bases in the world.

For more, we're joined by Kate McGee, who's been covering the shootings at Fort Hood for public station KUT in Austin.