Officials say an active duty soldier made homicidal threats towards his leadership and is currently in custody by Fort Hood law enforcement officers.
The "I Am Vanessa Guillen" bill is being introduced today on Capitol Hill with support from both Democratic and Republican lawmakers.
Two soldiers from Arizona's Navajo Nation died at Texas Army Base, Fort Hood, marking deaths 27 and 28 at the base this year. Now, Navajo Nation's President is calling for answers.
Congress will launch an investigation into sexual assault, disappearances, deaths and the leadership’s response at Fort Hood after 28 soldiers stationed at the U.S. Army base in Texas died this year, two subcommittee leaders announced Tuesday.
It’s been about five months since Ft. Hood Specialist Vanessa Guillen was murdered. Instead of grieving at home Guillen’s family is advocating for a bill in her name.
Organizers said the event was held to demand a congressional investigation into Guillen's case. Friends and family say they deserve to know what happened, the identities of all those involved, and why Guillen wasn't safe on post.
Fort Hood officials say 25-year-old Pvt. Corlton L. Chee collapsed while conducting physical fitness training on August 28 and died at a hospital on September 2.
Senator John Cornyn has joined calls for a Senate hearing into the command climate and culture at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas.
Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt will remain at Fort Hood and continue to serve as deputy commanding general for support.
Five civilian members of the Fort Hood Independent Review Committee have arrived in Killeen for a two-week fact-finding mission.
The missing Fort Hood soldier was found dead in a suspected suicide in Temple.
The missing Fort Hood soldier is her son, Elder Fernandes.
The missing Fort Hood soldier has not been seen since Monday afternoon when he was dropped off at his home in Killeen by his staff sergeant.
He was last seen by his staff sergeant on Monday afternoon when he dropped Fernandes off at his home on Woodlands Drive in Killeen.
"There is clearly more that must be done"
Family members say because he wasn’t a deserter, he should receive a proper military funeral.
This is the first time that Fort Hood officials have publicly spoken about the Guillen case. It comes after the news yesterday that a military suspect is dead and a civilian suspect was arrested by the Texas Rangers in connection with Guillen's disappearance.
The other suspect in Guillen's disappearance was identified Thursday as Spc. Aaron David Robinson. Robinson took his own life when law enforcement attempted to make contact with him after he fled from Fort Hood late Wednesday.
The civilian suspect is the estranged wife of a former Fort Hood soldier and is currently in custody in the Bell County Jail.
At the request of III Corps senior leaders at Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. Army Forces Command sent an Inspector General team to Fort Hood earlier this week to conduct an inspection on the program.