What is happening at our military bases?
Apparently there has been a large issue with soldiers dying at or around military bases in the USA.
Here is what is been happening since January 1, 2016:
October 30, 2017 – FORT HOOD – General Joseph Martin, Commanding General, Ft Riley releases full statement outlining a post wide plan to combat the ever-increasing suicides at his post. (Suicides, really? wonder if this is the same effort to cover up as all the JP Morgan and other bankers killed in less than a year. They were also listed suicides. Geez). He became commander at Ft. Riley after Major General Grigsby was relieved of command and under investigation.
FORT HOOD – On November 5, 2009, a mass shooting took place at Fort Hood, near Killeen, Texas. Nidal Hasan, a U.S. Army major and psychiatrist, fatally shot 13 people and injured more than 30 others. It was the deadliest mass shooting on an American military base.
Military Justice For All – Facebook listed the following as of January 11, 2017:
72 deaths at Fort Hood since 1/16
4 insider attacks in Afghanistan
1 non combat death (suicide) in Iraq
1 non combat death in Korea
66 stateside non combat deaths
3 homicides off base
13 found dead on post
22 found dead off post
11 died in training accidents
4 died from medical issues
7 died in motorcycle accidents
3 died in automobile accidents
1 died unexpectedly out of state
1 declared dead after missing
1 shot self after accused of sex crime
January 19, 2017 – Killeen Daily Herald FORT HOOD — A soldier found unresponsive in his barracks room Jan. 12 is the 11th noncombat-related death for the Army installation since November. His death also marked the fifth Fort Hood soldier death this month. The Daily Herald reported on all 11 deaths. Of those, two soldiers died of illness, two were in vehicle accidents and the remainder died either of a gunshot wound or were found unresponsive and are under investigation. Nearly a year ago, on June 2, 2016, eight soldiers and one West Point cadet died on Fort Hood when the cargo truck they were in overturned during a flash flood at Owl Creek. For Jan. 1, 2016, to Dec. 24, there were 13 confirmed suicides with an additional five pending confirmation. Fort Hood had 11 noncombat-related deaths since November:two thrown from wrecked automobile; two died of illness in Killeen; one died of gunshot wound in Peru, Ind. self-inflicted; one unresponsive at Killeen residence; two of gunshot at Killeen residence; two unresponsive on post; and one unresponsive at place of duty.
February 27, 2017 – MarinePatriotBlog – FORT RUCKER – Chief Warrant Officer found unresponsive in an on-post hotel at Fort Rucker, Alabama. He was stationed at FORT HOOD but at a training course in Fort Rucker. (link no longer active)
January 11, 2017 – Marine Patriot Blog – Sargaent found unresponsive while on duty – under investigation but tentatively ruled suicide
February 5, 2017 – FORT HOOD – Army CID Special Agent Staff Sgt. Found Dead Behind Fort Hood Building
March 28, 2017 – Marine Patriot Blog – FORT HOOD – Soldier killed in one vehicle motorcycle accident (link no longer active)
April 7, 2017 – Marine Patriot Blog – FORT HOOD – Soldier found unresponsive in barracks. (link no longer active)
April 14, 2017 – Marine Patriot Blog – FORT HOOD – Young soldier found dead in an old vacant parking lot.
April 16, 2017 – Marine Patriot Blog – FORT HOOD – Soldier drowned in Belton Lake. Stationed at Army Corps of Engineers reservoir in Belton.(link no longer active)
July 10, 2017 – UpRoxx – CAMP PENDLETON, FORT BRAGG – USMC KC-130 accident downed in a field in Leflore County, MS, at least 16 onboard no survivors.
September 8, 2017 – Military.com – Nevada Classified Training Range – Lt. Col. died from injuries sustained in an accident in which an aircraft crashed around 6 p.m. local time on Tuesday at the range, located about 100 miles northwest of Nellis Air Force Base.
September 13, 2017 – NY Times – CAMP PENDLETON – First Marine Division, Southern Calif. – Fifteen Marines were wounded, six of them critically, when an amphibious vehicle they were training in caught fire at Camp Pendleton.
September 14, 2017 – NY Daily News – FORT HOOD – One soldier said to have been a Special Operations person died during a medical evaluation training.
September 14, 2017 – NBC News – FORT BRAGG – One soldier died and seven others were injured during a Special Forces Operations qualification training exercise gone wrong. (Incident occurred during a demolitions training incident on Rage 69 at Fort Bragg and involved students and cadre from the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. WRAL)
October 3, 2017 – Military.com – Special Ops Command Pacific, Hawaii – SEAL Cmdr. died after jumping out of a hot air balloon in Perris in Riverside County. The Federal Aviation Administration said his parachute failed to open properly.
October 7, 2017 – Army Times – FORT JACKSON – Basic Training accident between military vehicle and troop formation occurred and takes the life of two privates, two in critical condition, and four others injured.
October 19, 2017 – NBC – Chicago hoodlum badly injured an Air Force soldier who was out for a jog.
October 14, 2017 – The Fort Hood Fallen FB – FORT HOOD – New recruit dies from injuries while swimming in Mansfield. According to friends, he was just in processing at Ft Hood.
April 2017 – Fort Hood Fallen – FORT HOOD – Soldier killed in drive-by shooting while walking outside the base.
October 3, 2017 – Fort Hood Fallen – FORT HOOD – Soldier involved in drive-by shooting just outside Fort Hood. Fort Hood Fallen making reference that two other soldiers were also involved in random drive-by shootings not far from each other.
October 12, 2017 – Fort Hood Fallen – FORT HOOD – Spc.in 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division was found unresponsive on post.
October 12, 2017 – Fort Hood Fallen – FORT HOOD – Fort Hood soldier shot himself in the head Oct. 12 at his Killeen home after leading police on a chase that ended with an exchange of gunfire near the Williamson and Bell County line. He was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl, who prosecutors said he raped back in November 2012.
October 18, 2017 – Fort Hood Fallen – FORT HOOD – SPC assigned to 12th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team found unresponsive in his off post home.
October 18, 2017 – FORT HOOD – Officer found dead of gunshot wound in Killeen.
I am sure there are others but these were shocking enough. I really had absolutely no idea of how absolutely huge this stateside problem is, did any of you?
Are these careless errors or equipment failure where training was involved? Or is there something more to be considered, like morale issues where soldiers act against others?
In the case of FORT HOOD, holy crap! Is that base haunted by evil or something? Is there something much more sinister happening? Despite the “alleged suicides” several of the families who posted on the Fort Hood Fallen believe that without doubt they have been lied to about their family member’s deaths. Some point out categorically that their sons would never opt for suicide so what is going on? Even MORE suspicious is the death of the CID investigator.
Granted a few of these listed are newbies and probably a few careless errors. But I have to say, I find it extremely hard to believe that Special Forces personnel don’t check equipment or are prone to “accidents” without cause. I also found it extremely suspicious how many were found “unresponsive”. What the heck does that mean or imply? Were they all taking some designer or laced drug that killed them? Or was there something done to them? Another troubling thing is that for some reason lone or small groups of military are being targeted wherever they are in the areas mostly which have heavy gangs. Why would the enforcement and military outside of Fort Hood and Killeen allow that amount of dangerous drive-by gang activity or is it so bad that they are overwhelmed?
Whatever is going on needs to be seriously investigated from the top down. New commanders need to get a grip on what is going on and either put a stop or shot to kill those who are causing the problems on or around the bases. IF as it feels like to me there appears to be targeting of military personnel for some reason then lockdown on bases may need to be done. There has always been an ever-increasing problem with drugs on base and with black market of equipment. Equipment that is used in one training cycle with apparently no problems then suddenly blows up in another is just as suspect. This staggering amount of incidents is going far beyond coincidental to have so many deaths in a one and a half-year span.
Parents deserve answers and bases deserve to be safe especially with all that they have and use.