A chronological look at the life and alleged crimes of Wade Michael Page, the man suspected of killing six people at a Sikh temple in suburban Wisconsin.

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1992 -- Wade Michael Page joined the U.S. Army in 1992. He served in the psychological operations unit and worked as a Hawk Missile System repairman at Fort Bragg, N.C. Page received the Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct award, the National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal and Parachutist Badge.

October 1998 -- Wade Michael Page was allegedly disciplined for being drunk on duty and was demoted from sergeant to specialist, sources told Reuters. Page was ultimately administratively discharged from the military under less-than-honorable circumstances, police said.

1999 -- A man bearing the name Wade Michael Page was convicted of DUI and driving without a valid license in Denver, Colo., according to Fox News.

2000 -- Wade Michael Page went on cross country trip visiting friends and attending festivals in Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, West Virginia and California. Page eventually moved to Littleton, Colo., where he allegedly tried to purchase goods from the neo-Nazi Natioanl Alliance, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

2001 -- Wade Michael Page played bass guitar for the band Youngland. Page also filled in for a variety of other bands, including Celtic Warrior, Radikahl, Max Resist, Intimidation One, Aggressive Force and Blue Eyed Devils.

2003 -- Wade Michael Page left Youngland. The reason for his departure is unclear.

2005 -- Wade Michael Page founded the rock/punk band End Apathy.

April 2006 -- Wade Michael Page reportedly got a job as a truck driver with Granger, Iowa-based Barr-Nunn transportation.

April 2010 -- Wade Michael Page was interviewed by Label 56, the label that carries End Apathy's music.

August 2010 -- Wade Michael Page left his job with Barr-Nunn transportation.

August 28, 2010 -- Page and his band mates played at the Independent Artist Uprise in Baltimore, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

2011 -- Wade Michael Page lived with bandmate Brent Rackley, in dad Joseph Rackley's Nashville, N.C. house for about six months, The Associated Press reported.

July 2012 -- Wade Michael Page moved to Milwaukee, Wis., and lived in an apartment building in Cudahy. The building landlord told police Page held a night job making welding supplies.

August 5, 2012 -- Wade Michael Page, whom police have described as a heavy-set Caucasian man with a shaved head and numerous tattoos, stormed the Sikh temple. Page allegedly shot six people to death and wounded three others. Wade was killed outside the temple in a shootout with police officers. A motive in the case is unclear. Authorities said they are treating the attack as an act of domestic terrorism.A motive in the case is unclear. Authorities said they are treating the attack as an act of domestic terrorism. Page is said to have ties to the white supremacist movement.

Earlier on HuffPost:

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  • Wade Michael Page

    The Southern Poverty Law Center says that the Sikh temple shooting suspect -- Wade Michael Page -- was the member of a "skinhead" band named End Apathy.

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  • End Apathy

    End Apathy band members

  • Wade Michael Page

    The Southern Poverty Law Center reported that in 2000 Page attempted to buy goods from the National Alliance, what the SPLC said was "then America's most important hate group."

  • End Apathy

    Performance photos from End Apathy's Myspace page.

  • End Apathy

    Performance photos from End Apathy's Myspace page

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    The trio of musicians that makes up End Apathy, a "skinhead" band according to the SPLC.

  • End Apathy

    Recordings of End Apathy songs with titles like "Self Destruct" and "Useful Idiots" have been played more than a thousand times on the band's Myspace page.

  • End Apathy

    End Apathy's Myspace identifies their genre of music as "hardcore, metal [and] punk."

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  • End Apathy