III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony and Run to Remember

By Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)November 5, 2010

Some who attended the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010, wore shirts with sentimental messages and pictures to pay tribute to their friends and family members who were killed Nov. 5, 2009.
1 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Some who attended the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010, wore shirts with sentimental messages and pictures to pay tribute to their friends and family members who were killed Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
As a canon fires in the distance, Dr. (Col.) Steven Braverman, CRDAMC commander, announces the start of the half marathon during Fort HoodAca,!a,,cs Run to Remember Nov. 6.
2 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – As a canon fires in the distance, Dr. (Col.) Steven Braverman, CRDAMC commander, announces the start of the half marathon during Fort HoodAca,!a,,cs Run to Remember Nov. 6. (Photo Credit: Christie Vanover (CRDAMC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Staff Sgt. Patrick Zeigler (front center), who was shot four times during the Nov. 5 Fort Hood shooting incident, leads the Run to Remember half marathon Nov. 6 on a specially designed bike alongside other wounded veterans.
3 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Patrick Zeigler (front center), who was shot four times during the Nov. 5 Fort Hood shooting incident, leads the Run to Remember half marathon Nov. 6 on a specially designed bike alongside other wounded veterans. (Photo Credit: Christie Vanover (CRDAMC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Maj. Gen. William Grimsley, Fort HoodAca,!a,,cs senior commander, and Ron Taylor, Central Texas State president of the Association of the United States Army, unveil a new monument that rests in Memorial Park behind the III Corps headquarters on Fort Hood.
4 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. William Grimsley, Fort HoodAca,!a,,cs senior commander, and Ron Taylor, Central Texas State president of the Association of the United States Army, unveil a new monument that rests in Memorial Park behind the III Corps headquarters on Fort Hood. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Many family members, like Kerry Cahill, embraced in grief and gratitude Nov. 5, 2010, as the Fort Hood community came together to remember those who were killed in the Fort Hood shooting incident and to thank the first responders. Kerry is the daughter of Michael Cahill, a retired Chief Warrant Officer 2 who was killed Nov. 5, 2009.
5 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Many family members, like Kerry Cahill, embraced in grief and gratitude Nov. 5, 2010, as the Fort Hood community came together to remember those who were killed in the Fort Hood shooting incident and to thank the first responders. Kerry is the daughter of Michael Cahill, a retired Chief Warrant Officer 2 who was killed Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
With the assistance of his cane, Staff Sgt. Patrick Zeigler enters the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony with his fiancée Jessica Hansen by his side. Ziegler is among those who were wounded during the Fort Hood shooting incident Nov. 5, 2009.
6 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – With the assistance of his cane, Staff Sgt. Patrick Zeigler enters the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony with his fiancée Jessica Hansen by his side. Ziegler is among those who were wounded during the Fort Hood shooting incident Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., sits on stage behind photos of the 13 Soldiers and civilians killed Nov. 5, 2009.
7 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., sits on stage behind photos of the 13 Soldiers and civilians killed Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Recording artists, Rick James and Rhema Marvanne, render honors during the playing of the National Anthem at the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010.
8 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Recording artists, Rick James and Rhema Marvanne, render honors during the playing of the National Anthem at the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Maj. Gen. William Grimsley, Fort Hood's senior commander, addresses the crowd gathered at Fort Hood to remember those who were killed and wounded Nov. 5, 2009.
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Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., addresses the crowd gathered at Fort Hood to remember those who were killed and wounded Nov. 5, 2009.
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Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., addresses the crowd gathered at Fort Hood to remember those who were killed and wounded Nov. 5, 2009.
11 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., addresses the crowd gathered at Fort Hood to remember those who were killed and wounded Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Recording artists, Rhema Marvanne and Rick James, move the crowd with an emotional musical performance of "The Prayer" during the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010.
12 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Recording artists, Rhema Marvanne and Rick James, move the crowd with an emotional musical performance of "The Prayer" during the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Private 1st Class Kham S. Xiong's family members surround his picture with grief at the end of the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010.
13 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Private 1st Class Kham S. Xiong's family members surround his picture with grief at the end of the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Private 1st Class Kham S. Xiong's family members surround his picture with grief at the end of the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010.
14 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Private 1st Class Kham S. Xiong's family members surround his picture with grief at the end of the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5, 2010. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
A child who came to the ceremony to remember Staff Sgt. Amy Krueger sits by the ceremonial boots and rifle displayed to honor the 13 Soldiers and civilians killed during the Fort Hood shooting incident Nov. 5, 2009.
15 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A child who came to the ceremony to remember Staff Sgt. Amy Krueger sits by the ceremonial boots and rifle displayed to honor the 13 Soldiers and civilians killed during the Fort Hood shooting incident Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Nov. 5, 2010, was a day of healing for families and friends as they came together at the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony to pay tribute to the 13 Soldiers and Civilians killed Nov. 5, 2009.
16 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Nov. 5, 2010, was a day of healing for families and friends as they came together at the III Corps and Fort Hood Remembrance Ceremony to pay tribute to the 13 Soldiers and Civilians killed Nov. 5, 2009. (Photo Credit: Ms. Christie Vanover (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Richard Xiong, 14, finishes the one-mile Run to Remember Nov. 6 in honor of his brother Private 1st Class Kham Xiong who was killed Nov. 5, 2009, during the Fort Hood Shooting incident.
17 / 17 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Richard Xiong, 14, finishes the one-mile Run to Remember Nov. 6 in honor of his brother Private 1st Class Kham Xiong who was killed Nov. 5, 2009, during the Fort Hood Shooting incident. (Photo Credit: Christie Vanover (CRDAMC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL