A G4S security guard re-loads an M9 semi-automatic pistol during a pistol qualification at the Pomeroy Range, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea, Dec. 15, 2011.
The Case Against Arming All Troops
Anger and fear are natural reactions to the attack in Chattanooga. They are not, however, sound foundations for policy.
Marines with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit fire on the seven-yard line during a pistol qualification aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., July 27, 2012. The 22nd MEU conducted the pistol range to keep Marines up to date on their annual pistol qualification.
The Case For Arming The Troops
In the wake of the attack in Chattanooga, how is it that our armed forces are not allowed to be in fact armed forces?
Chattanooga Shooting
What We Know About The Marines Killed In Chattanooga
These four Marines came from different military backgrounds, but are now united in their sacrifice.