One of those victims has started the 32 Still Standing Foundation.
Via Temple Daily Telegram:
Christopher Royal doesn’t want the memory of the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood shooting to fade into history.If you haven't seen that video, it is a must-see:
On the first anniversary of the shooting, while those who died were honored, the 32 people who were shot yet survived were not even mentioned, said Royal, a chief warrant officer-3 assigned to III Corps. Royal was inside the Soldier Readiness Processing Center and was shot twice.
He called the lack of attention given to those who were shot a “slap in the face.”
To that end, he started the 32 Still Standing Foundation, a support group for survivors of the shooting and their families. It’s one of two groups — both founded by survivors and victims’ families — to form in the three years following the shooting.
The other is Coalition of Fort Hood Heroes, which made headlines a few weeks ago when the group released a video calling on the Defense Department to classify the shooting as an “act of terror.”
It's really a shame that the Fort Hood massacre hasn't been brought up by the Romney campaign. The third debate would have been an ideal time to ask Obama why none of the victims have Purple Hearts.