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FBI: Orlando Jihadi Claimed Blood Ties to Boston, Fort Hood Terrorists

Islamic State mass murderer Omar Mateen, responsible for killing dozens at the Orlando gay nightclub Pulse in June, had repeatedly told coworkers he was related to an assortment of jihadis, from the Boston Marathon bombers to the Fort Hood killer Nidal Hassan, newly released documents show.

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Missing Fort Hood Soldiers Found – 9 Dead, 3 Rescued

The bodies of the final four Fort Hood soldiers who were missing after their truck overturned in a flooded creek were found on Friday. The death toll in this tragic accident rose to nine soldiers. Three other soldiers were rescued shortly after the accident and have been released from the hospital.

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Here’s How Many Lives Were Taken in Just 8 Armed Attacks in Gun Free Zones

Calls for more gun control almost always follow a public crime or terror attack in which the attacker–or attackers–use a gun. Yet many of the most infamous attacks take place in gun free zones–places where law-abiding citizens disarm themselves to comply with the rules while criminals take advantage of disarmed masses and open fire.

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AJC Blog Suggests Military Recruiters May Hurt Themselves if Armed

On July 21, Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) blogger Jay Bookman put forth reasons he believes arming military recruiters in the wake of the Chattanooga attack might not be such a good idea. One of the reasons he offered is the possibility that a recruiter might accidentally hurt himself if armed.

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Texas Military Bases: FPCON Bravo in Wake of Garland Attack

The Pentagon announced Friday morning that the security levels at all US military bases, going from Force Protection Condition (FPCON) “Alpha” to FPCON “Bravo”. That bump is being seen, to some degree, at all military installations in Texas.

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Fort Hood Soldiers to Receive Full Purple Heart Benefits

U.S. Army Secretary John McHugh announced that the Army will provide “all possible benefits” to victims of the 2009 Fort Hood Shooting. The announcement comes less than one week after the Army presented Purple Heart medals to 36 soldiers and family members of those who were killed in the shooting.

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Purple Hearts Awarded to Victims of Fort Hood ‘Workplace Violence’

This government will never be able to cleanse the shame of classifying the Fort Hood jihad attack as “workplace violence,” but at long last, after five years of bureaucratic battle, Purple Hearts have finally been awarded to the soldiers killed and injured by the traitorous Major Nidal Hasan.

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Fort Hood Shooting Victims and Survivors Receive Long-Deserved Purple Heart Medals

The Purple Heart medal was finally presented to 47 wounded soldiers, civilians and to the families of those who were killed in the 2009 massacre at Fort Hood. Under cloudy and cool Texas skies, Fort Hood had a day of honor and recognition for the survivors and the dead and those who were wounded by Major Nidal Hassan in the worst terrorist attack on a military base in the United States.

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Cruz: ‘Outrageous’ Ft Hood Shooting Victims Denied Benefits

On Friday’s broadcast of “Fox & Friends” on the Fox News Channel, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) took to the airwaves to protest the Obama Pentagon’s refusal to grant victims of the 2009 Fort Hood terror attack benefits. Cruz, speaking from

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Death of Fort Hood Ebola Warrior Not Related to the Virus

Two medical tests have confirmed the 24-year-old Fort Hood soldier who was found dead in his front yard did not have or die from the Ebola virus. The soldier returned from West Africa recently on emergency leave. His name is still being withheld pending family notification.

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Fort Hood Soldiers Begin Ebola Screening Process After Liberia

Fort Hood, Texas, has received its first eighty-seven Ebola warriors who have returned home after helping to fight the deadly disease in Liberia. Most of the soldiers are members who are permanently assigned to Fort Hood, but some are from Fort Carson, Colorado. The soldiers now begin a twenty-one day monitoring period to ensure none of them returned carrying the deadly virus.

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Al Qaeda Releases Magazine on Christmas Eve

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released the latest issue of Inspire magazine on Christmas Eve. The new issue contains a recipe for making a bomb powerful enough to bring down an air liner.