Update --Friday, retired Fort Hood police officer Kim Munley -- one of two civilians who responded to the shootings -- walked the court through a gripping account of Nov, 5, 2009.
Munley said she was moments away from dying herself, already wounded, and staring down the barrel of Major Nidal Hasan's pistol.
Nearly four years after the shootings, Munley still walks with a limp. She hobbled onto the witness stand Friday.
Munley testified that when she arrived at the Soldier Readiness Processing site where the shootings took place, Hasan charged at her, firing rapidly.
Munley's pistol jammed and Hasan shot her three times. Lying bloody and wounded, she said she watched as Hasan kicked her pistol away.
He towered over her, took aim and fired, but his own pistol jammed. That's Munley's when fellow Fort Hood police officer Mark Todd shot Hasan. He fell, paralyzed from the shot.
Two evidence collection experts confirmed Munley's testimony, saying they found multiple gun magazines and more than 70 shell casings around the area of that gunfight.
Hasan once again sat quietly through another week of questioning.
In coming days the government plans to show Hasan's progression of radicalism and his motive, and may call 15 to 25 more witnesses when testimony resumes Monday.
Earlier --An FBI agent who searched the home of the soldier accused in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage says his apartment was nearly empty.
FBI agent Donna Cowling testified Friday during the military trial of Maj. Nidal Hasan. He's accused of killing 13 people and injuring more than 30 others at the Texas Army post.
Cowling told jurors she led a team to Hasan's apartment in Killeen, near the post, the night of the attack.
She says there was no furniture, only a card table, a prayer rug and a shredder. On the table was a package for a pistol laser sight, rubber bands and paper towels.
Witnesses have testified that Hasan stuffed paper towels in his pockets before the attack to muffle the sound of his ammunition.
Thursday, the panel heard graphic testimony from forensic pathologists. The testimony showed the accuracy of the admitted Fort Hood shooter.
Legal experts say the prosecution is trying to prove that the 2009 shooting was planned. Each expert testified about the multiple gunshot wounds on each victim and that each death was labeled a homicide. In total, 63 bullets from Hasan's gun were found at the scene.
The last witness in Thursday’s proceedings was a colleague of Hasan in the psychiatry department.
Retired Army Major Clifford Hopewell was in charge of the Traumatic Brain Injury Soldier Readiness Processing Center at the time of the shooting. Hopewell was asked by law enforcement at the scene of the shooting to identify Hasan,
The prosecution could rest its case as early as next week. Friday is expected to a half-day in court.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.