31 Jul '15, 12pm

Navy officer confirms he shot at Abdulazeez with his personal weapon - U.S. - Stripes

Navy officer confirms he shot at Abdulazeez with his personal weapon - U.S. - Stripes

Lt. Cmdr. Tim White U.S. Navy Related DOD to allow more troops to be armed following Chattanooga attack Commanders and civilian directors will be authorized to "arm qualified DoD personnel for security, law enforcement and counterintelligence duties." But those who are not engaged in law enforcement, such as military police, also may be armed. Carter seeks input on safety measures in wake of Chattanooga shootings Defense Secretary Ash Carter has asked senior Pentagon officials for their input on increasing security following the deadly July 16 attack that killed four Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga, Tenn. Last of the 5 slain military servicemen is laid to rest at National Cemetery On Tuesday, friends, family, police officers, military personnel and elected officials gathered at First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe for Smith's funeral. They filled seats on two floors...

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