Some of the Unsung Hero's of The Fort Hood Terrorist Attack

Email From Lt. Edwin Nunez: Again I want to thank your team for taking the time out and guiding me and my officers in this dark time in our countries history. I have enclosed two photos one of me and the officers (first responders) that were on the scene and the dispatchers that took the initial 911 calls. Officer Todd is third from the right. He is the Officer that took the terrorist down. All the responding officers and dispatchers are the unsung hero's of that dreaded day. Again thank you for all that you do.

Chaplain Fellowship Crisis Response was called in the day after the shooting to work with responding officers. Chaplain Fellowship Crisis Response official team members were Chaplain Ann Brown, Chaplain Thomas People, Chaplain David Fair and Chaplain Bryan Davis, Team coordinator and peer support Chaplain Donald Gibson.

These are some of the officers (first responders) that were on the scene of the shooting at Fort Hood. All responding officers and dispatchers are the unsung hero's of the terrorist attack on our troops at Fort Hood. We are very proud of our officers!

®Chaplain Fellowship Crisis Response is an approved crisis response team for Central Texas. Chaplain Fellowship is a nondenominational ministry of presence with ministers, pastors, priests and bishops serving nationwide as chaplains. All members are legally ordained and licensed ministers and chaplains.©by Chaplain Fellowship Ministries International Inc. for photo of dispatchers who handled the call.

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