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Shooting at Ft. Hood evokes deadly 2009 rampage
Shooting at Ft. Hood evokes deadly 2009 rampage

After shots rang out Wednesday at Ft. Hood, Americans' memories flashed back to Nov. 5, 2009, when Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan opened fire on the Texas base, killing 13 and wounding more than 30.  That remains the deadliest mass shooting on a military base in the U.S. Wednesday's incident left at least four dead, including the gunman, officials said, and several were wounded.  In the 2009 incident, Hasan, an Army psychiatrist set to be deployed to Afghanistan, opened fire at the Soldier Readiness Processing Center, where troops deploying to or returning from Iraq and Afghanistan were waiting to see doctors.  Witnesses said Hasan shouted "God is great" in Arabic before he started...

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