More than a decade after the Fort Hood shooting, foreigners are still being allowed onto U.S. military bases without proper vetting, retired Army Staff Sgt. Nothing has changed," he said, stressing that the gunman in Florida was able to legally purchase a weapon. But some of them were found to have ties to extremist groups and others are accused of possessing child pornography, the report said. NAVY PILOTS DEMAND MORE BE ARMED ON BASES IN LETTER TO LAWMAKERS AND MILITARY BRASSThe Justice Department is also expected to conclude that the Pensacola attack was an act of terrorism, CNN reported. "We need to today, sit down and look at the policy that we're using to screen these trainees.
Source: Fox News January 13, 2020 13:17 UTC