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Shooting at Fort Hood Stopped by MP

April 3, 2014
A soldier who was being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder opened fire at Fort Hood on Wednesday, killing three people and wounding 16 before being engaged by an MP and killing himself.

Navy LEO Murdered on Destroyer in Norfolk Port

March 27, 2014
Mayo, serving as the chief-of-the-guard, rendered assistance after seeing the suspect board the ship. Mayo put himself between the gunman and the petty officer of the watch and as a result was fatally wounded. The gunman was killed by Navy security forces. He has not been identified.

Civilian Officers Give Accounts of Fort Hood Shooting

October 20, 2010
Sgt. Mark Todd and Officer Kimberly Munley were the first to arrive at the chaotic scene, after Hasan opened fire in the soldier readiness center, eventually killing 13 people and wounding 32 others.

Fort Hood Officer Says Her Patrol Career Is Over

December 7, 2009
Officer Kim Munley, one of two civilian officers who helped end the Fort Hood shooting spree, says she is unlikely to return to patrol duties.

Officer Used Lessons From Virginia Tech To Halt Fort Hood Shooter

November 9, 2009
Civilian officer Kimberly Munley is credited with applying lessons learned from the 2007 rampage at Virginia Tech to halt an active shooter at Fort Hood before he killed more victims, the Christian Science Monitor reports.

Army Officials Praise Police Woman Who Wounded Fort Hood Shooter

November 6, 2009
Kimberly Munley, who remains hospitalized with the other victims, confronted the suspected shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, who drew two handguns and began firing in a building where soldiers were preparing to deploy overseas.

How Do I Go From MP To COP?

November 1, 2007

Those who choose to enter the military do so for a variety of different reasons. For some it's simply a wise career move that includes a free college education and some great benefits.  For others, however, it's more of a calling.

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