Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Army Soldiers Take a Selfie During Fort Hood Lockdown

Posted By on Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 5:46 PM

Associated Press is reporting that a gunman opened fire at Fort Hood Wednesday afternoon. 14 people were injured and the shooter may have died from a self inflicted wound, according to AP. It's been five years since Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan took 13 lives and injured 30 people at the Texas Army post, so this is probably not a good "selfie moment" if you're at Fort Hood right now.

I don't think this U.S. Army Soldier realized that San Antonio Express News would have a social media feed for the world to see when he took this selfie when the base was on lock down:

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  • From user's Instagram page.

We hope his superiors don't see this.

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