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SHOTLIST:HOUSE TV - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington, DC - April 3, 20141. SOUNDBITE (English) John McHugh, Secretary of the Army: "The specialist, the alleged shooter involved, joined the United States Army in June of 2008. When he first enlisted in the Army he was an eleven bravo, that's an infantry soldier, as most of you know. He later, upon reupping, transferred his MOS to an eighty-eight mike truck driver. We are tracking at the moment that he did have two deployments, one four month, approxiamately four month, deployment to Iraq as a truck driver. His records show no wounds, no involvement, direct involvement in combat. As General Milley said, no Purple Heart or any injury that might lead us to further investigate a battle related TBI or such. He was undergoing a variety of treatment and diagnoses for mental health and conditions ranging from depression to anxiety to sleep disturbance. He was perscribed a number of drugs to address those including ambien. He was seen just last month by a psychiatrist, he was fully examined and as of this morning we had no indication on the record of that examination that there was any sign of likely violence either to himself or others, no suicidal ideation. So the plan forward was to just continue to monitor and to treat him as deemed appropriate."STORYLINE: The Army's top civilian official says the soldier accused in the Fort Hood shooting this week was deployed for the final months of the Iraq war but did not see combat.Three people died and 16 were wounded before the shooter committed suicide. Army Secretary John McHugh testified Thursday that the soldier appeared to have no connections to extremist groups. The soldier is identified by others as Ivan Lopez. He enlisted in the Army in June 2008 as an infantryman and later switched his specialty to truck driver, the job he had in Iraq.McHugh says the soldier was examined by a psychiatrist last month and was found to show no violent or suicidal tendencies. He says the soldier had been prescribed Ambien to deal with a sleeping problem.