Natick Soldier Systems Center observes moment of silence in honor of Soldiers at Fort Hood

By David J. KammNovember 6, 2009

The American flag flies at half-staff as a tribute to the Soldiers who lost their lives or were injured at Fort Hood. The flag will fly at half-staff through Veteran's Day.
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Chaplain (Maj.) Steve Austin says a prayer as the Natick Soldier Systems Center observes a moment of silence in honor of the Soldiers who were killed and injured at Fort Hood.
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A Soldier renders honors to the American Flag as it is lowered to half-staff in honor of those who lost their lives and were injured at Fort Hood.
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Soldiers lower the American flag to half-staff. President Obama ordered flags on all government buildings and compounds to be flown at half-staff through Veteran's Day.
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Soldiers from U.S. Army Research Institutitute of Enviornmental Medicine pause for a moment of silence in memory of those lost and injured at Fort Hood.
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