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Sailors and Marines receive heroism medals and Purple Hearts for actions during NAS Pensacola shooting
The Navy has recognized 16 people whose heroic actions saved lives during a December terrorist attack on a Florida military base — including several who were themselves wounded in the shooting
FBI cracked phone of Saudi gunman at NAS Pensacola, which revealed ties to al Qaeda
The shooter had been a member of the Royal Saudi Air Force
3 sailors killed in NAS Pensacola shooting will receive Purple Hearts
Each sailor’s family will receive the Purple Hearts at private ceremonies that will be scheduled later
Naval Air Station Pensacola is not letting tragedy hold them down
On Dec. 6th, Naval Air Station Pensacola was the site of an act of terrorism that had stunned the nation,...
Navy and Marine Corps to ban personal firearms for foreign troops in response to NAS Pensacola shooting
The Navy and Marine Corps will prohibit foreign troops from buying and carrying personal weapons as the military continues rolling out new restrictions after a Saudi officer carried out a terrorist attack on a U.S. military base
Al Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula claims responsibility for NAS Pensacola shooting
An audio recording purporting to be from the Islamist militant group al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed responsibility on Sunday for a fatal shooting in December at a U.S. naval base in Pensacola, Florida, but provided no evidence
Florida senators are pushing for Purple Hearts for service members wounded in the NAS Pensacola shooting
Florida's two senators are pushing the Defense Department to award Purple Hearts to the U.S. service members wounded in the December shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola
New security measures after NAS Pensacola shooting should provide a ‘much higher degree of confidence,’ Esper says
Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Wednesday acknowledged that a deadly shooting at this Florida military base had raised concerns about international students, but said new security measures should provide a "much higher degree of confidence"
DoD to close loopholes allowing international military students to buy guns
The Pensacola gunman obtained a handgun through a federal loophole that allows foreign nationals to own a gun if they have a hunting license.
Pentagon to resume Saudi training halted after NAS Pensacola shooting
The U.S. military grounded Saudi pilots and restricted the some 850 visiting Saudi military personnel in the country to classroom training as part of a "safety stand-down" during which time it reviewed vetting procedures
How 2 Marines and an injured sailor saved lives during the NAS Pensacola shooting
"I wasn't worried about being shot ... I was just worried about getting us to safety."
DoD boots 21 Saudi military students, citing jihadi content and child porn
The 21 students being kicked out are a small minority of the 850 total Saudi military students studying in the U.S.
NAS Pensacola shooting was an ‘act of terrorism,’ says US Attorney General
21 Saudi military trainees will be pulled out of the United States, said DOJ head William Barr.
Navy, Marine Corps order review of insider threats in response to Pearl Harbor, NAS Penscola shootings
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly ordered the fleet-wide security "stand-down" and review of insider threats within the Navy and Marine Corps, with compliance expected by Jan. 10
Pentagon finds no new threat from Saudi military students in wake of NAS Pensacola shooting
he Pentagon said on Thursday that it found no threat in its review of about 850 military students from Saudi Arabia studying in the United States, following a Dec. 6 shooting by a Saudi Air Force officer who killed three people at a base in Florida
Dozens of Navy pilots demand to carry guns on base in aftermath of Pensacola shooting
"It is reprehensible that a military installation, much less its warfighters based there, be at the mercy of off-base, civilian law enforcement when faced with an immediate threat to their lives"
Saudi ambassador visits NAS Pensacola in wake of shooting
The Saudi ambassador to the United States visited a U.S. naval air station in Florida on Thursday to extend her condolences for a shooting attack by a Saudi Air Force officer that killed three people last week, the Saudi embassy said.
Armed suspect apprehended at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi
No shots were fired and no injuries were reported, officials said.
The NAS Pensacola shooter may have been radicalized years before he arrived in the US, according to Saudi Arabia
An analysis of the Twitter account of 2nd Lt. Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani, a member of the Saudi Air Force who was at the Florida naval base for training, reveals that his "extremist thought" was present as early as 2015, two years before he came to the United States
Navy posthumously awards aviator and air crew wings to 3 sailors killed in Pensacola shooting
"The selfless acts of heroism displayed by these young Sailors the morning of Dec. 6 are nothing short of incredible."
Nearly 175 Saudi military aviation students grounded in US after NAS Pensacola shooting
Nearly 175 Saudi Arabian military aviation students have been grounded as part of a "safety stand-down" after a Saudi Air Force lieutenant shot and killed three people last week at a U.S. Navy base in Florida, U.S. officials told Reuters on Tuesday
Pensacola city officials dealing with ongoing cyberattack after naval base shooting
The city of Pensacola, Fla., has been experiencing a cyberattack since Friday and disconnected several city services until the issue is resolved. Mayor Grover Robinson's office said officials were not sure if the attack was related to Friday's shooting at Pensacola Naval Air Station which left three sailors dead
Florida senator calls for end to military exchange program in wake of Pensacola shooting
"We MUST make sure American men and women in uniform are safe. We need to suspend this program while we do a full review."
NORTHCOM says it’s going to tighten security at all its bases after shootings last week
NORTHCOM will "immediately assess force protection measures and implement increased random security measures for their facilities."
FBI: Shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola was ‘an act of terrorism’
"We work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism," USA Today quoted FBI Agent Rachel Rojas as saying at a news conference.