Report: Six Saudi Nationals Arrested Following Attack at Pensacola Naval Air Station….

Following a possible terrorist shooting early this morning at Pensacola Naval Air Station, six Saudi nationals have been arrested.  Three of them were reported to have been filming the shooting. The shooter was armed with a handgun and was killed by sheriff’s deputies responding to the dawn incident at NAS Pensacola.

(Via Daily Mail) – Six Saudi nationals have been arrested after an Air Force trainee – also from Saudi Arabia – opened fire at a naval base in Florida, killing three people and injuring eight.

The men were detained near the scene of the shooting, which took place at Naval Air Station in Pensacola early Friday morning. It is currently unclear why they have been taken into custody.

Three of the six Saudis were seen filming the entire incident as it unfolded, a source told The New York Times on Friday evening.

No officials have yet stated whether any of them were students inside the classroom where the shooting occurred.

Authorities are probing whether the incident is terror-related.

The shooter, who was shot dead by police, was first identified by NBC News, citing unnamed sources, as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani.

US officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation, said the suspect was a second lieutenant attending the aviation school at the base.

Military from around the globe attend the Naval Air Station in Pensacola for flight training. (read more)

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Congressman Matt Gaetz is the Florida panhandle representative for the district that encompasses NAS Pensacola:

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365 Responses to Report: Six Saudi Nationals Arrested Following Attack at Pensacola Naval Air Station….

  1. reggiemeezer says:

    President Bill Clinton legacy of making military bases Gun free zones.

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    • hoghead says:

      little willie, for sure; followed by w’s continuance of the stupidity; bringing us to sotero wondering how he could disarm the military all the time/everywhere.

      A base full of trained killers helplessly waiting for the local sheriff’s office to respond.

      Damn.

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      • fabrabbit says:

        hoghead: I reacted that way, too. Aren’t there MP’s on the base who carry guns?

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        • Paul Apostle says:

          Of course there are MPs on base who carry weapons. No “personal weapons” are allowed on base, so if you are an enthusiast, or simple 2nd Amendment lover, nope!

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        • Bob says:

          Most military bases no longer us MP’s as gate guards. I visited Ft Campbell Kentucky and was surprised that the gate guards are civilian contractors. It was noticed that many of the guards first language is not English. The reason for contractors was explained that they don’t have enough soldiers to do this work. Every time you fined civilians doing jobs that the Army use to do, theses people are paid twice what a soldier is paid. And you can be sure that this practice of having civilians doing these jobs, there is always fraud and abuse. There are now consolidated mess halls, no quartermasters laundry and other services that need to be brought back to the troops

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      • Cisco says:

        I was thinking the same thing hoghead.
        Superb warriors and an airfield loaded with the deadliest aircraft in the world and the only thing that could be done is calling the police.

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      • Pa Hermit says:

        Where were the Shore Patrol?

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  2. Peter Quinn says:

    Terrorist attack…

    Liked by 10 people

  3. TMonroe says:

    Looks like they’re not sending their best

    Liked by 8 people

  4. Islam is a religion of peace….and to prove it, anyone who disagrees will be killed.

    Liked by 27 people

  5. Clearly they were filming a recruitment video. OMG. Send them back to SA. I doubt they’ll like the reception there.

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  6. Reserved55 says:

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  7. alliwantissometruth says:

    Nothing too see here

    Always remember, we must embrace foreigners who hate our country, hate our values and hate us

    Liked by 12 people

  8. Zombie says:

    Oh when will they ever learn, oh when will they ever learn?

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  9. RJ says:

    Thanks to George Bush, former president who constantly told us, the American people that “Islam is a religion of peace” and let those Saudis after 9/11 fly out of our country, then hiding information about who did what, where were they from, who sponsored…you get my drift!

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    • Sentient says:

      #1 state sponsor of terrorism.

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    • 7delta says:

      It is a religion of peace…as defined by Shariah law: peace will come only when the entire world submits to Shariah law. That’s Islam’s prime directive. Fortunately, there is a God and it’s not allah. He’s the rebellious underling that fell like lightning from the Heavens. The great deceiver. Qu’ran says that too. 

      Deception runs rampant, even among leaders who ought to know better, but the gold glitters and the lust for power is more addictive than heroin.

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  10. Zombie says:

    Some people did something.

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    • McGuffin says:

      Impeach the Motherf*cker
      R Tlaib

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    • RJ says:

      I really cringe when I hear this line! I think of how really stupid some of these girls are, yet I also know that they have been “brainwashed” in American schools. At that point in my thinking I go completely bananas!

      Slow suicide by stupidity…here it is!

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  11. Sharon says:

    “Authorities are probing whether the incident is terror-related.”

    And “the authorities” apparently aren’t embarrassed to say that that’s what they are doing. Good grief.

    Gee, how on earth will they ever be able to determine whether it is terror-related? Such investigations are apparently really hard, like math.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      I can already state with 99% certainty that the FBI will conclude this had nothing to do with any religion, certainly not Islam.

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      • Rhi says:

        You got that right, Mueller while FIB director excised all training regarding pernicious Islam and jihad and many investigations were canned, see Philip Haney’s book/interviews.

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      • Your Royal Highness says:

        Any religion but Islam! Nope definitely not Islam!!!

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      • RJ says:

        Did you see that FBI agent come before the cameras right after the takedown of that UPS truck in Florida? Did you see the picture of the police cars surrounding that truck? So far 200 bullets were fired to end this chase, leaving two innocent people dead and their respective families injured forever with this memory.

        That is your FBI of today…”we must process…we must process…can’t give out information…we don’t know the facts…we must process.

        Yea, America’s premier law enforcement organization…the face of Comey, McCabe and Stozrk (hugging Miss Lisa as her husband stands off stage doing what?)…premier you say?

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    • Bill says:

      By nature, all violent attacks are terrifying. So of course it was terrorism. What they are really trying to say in a PC manner is, they are investigating whether or not this is Islamic terrorism. And we all know the answer.

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    • bentley1blog says:

      If only George Patton were alive and sent to take our these ba—-ds

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  12. Linda K. says:

    Ok. I have learned something. Never talk to the FBI. Never trust a muslim .

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  13. Sherri Young says:

    When will Major Nidal Hasan finally be executed? He massacred our people at Fort Hood (gun-free zone) ten years ago. He was sentenced to death over 6 years ago. Isn’t it time yet?

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  14. JohnCasper says:

    We keep fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan so we don’t have to fight terrorists over here ???

    For the love of God, will someone please check the water supply and ventilation at the Pentagon..

    Liked by 8 people

  15. Blaze says:

    After 9-11 why in the hell are they here in the first place. I was completely taken off-guard when they mentioned these men were being trained as aviators. How stupid can we get? Washington DC needs to be marched on and completely dismantled plus a whole bunch of tar and feathering going on.

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  16. Jimmy R says:

    Can you get capital punishment for accessory to murder and conspiracy to commit terrorist acts in the military justice or in Florida law?

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  17. Freepetta says:

    Why would the terrorists from Saudi Arabia be filming this massacre? Because they weren’t involved? Politically correct bull shiiit makes me sick!! They should all get the death penalty and that should be the end of training terrorists to attack us!! 😡🤬😡

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  18. Laurie Walker says:

    This doesn’t make any sense. The Saudi’s are heavily invested in the US, so the last thing they would do is create an obvious terorrist attack and film it.

    Maybe the Chicoms and Saudis are jockeying for position while meek “Americans” watch.

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  19. Jon says:

    Why is it that there is after-the-fact law enforcement action by the civilian police authority? Are American military bases no neutered by PC that there are no armed Military Police around to stop this from happening? Barney Fife to the rescue of Gomer Pyle???

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  20. JohnCasper says:

    “Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them.” Koran 2:191
    “Make war on the infidels living in your neighborhood.” Koran 9:123
    “When opportunity arises, kill the infidels wherever you catch them.” Koran 9:5
    “Maim and crucify the infidels if they criticize Islam” Koran 5:33
    “Punish the unbelievers with garments of fire, hooked iron rods, boiling water; melt their skin and bellies.” Koran 22:19
    “Terrorize and behead those who believe in scriptures other than the Qur’an.” Koran 8:12
    “Muslims must muster all weapons to terrorize the infidels.” Koran 8:60

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    • Sharon says:

      Exactly. About 10 years ago, we were able to hear a former Muslim (who had become Christian) teach on exactly these things. He was disgusted and discouraged with the apparent cluelessness of Americans with regard to Moslems intentions. He was especially distressed with the dullness of American Christians, in what is either their inability or unwillingness to THINK.

      The pastor of the church where he spoke was one of them that weekend: he quoted some other pastor who had “shared” how he had enjoyed going to the local mosque with his moslem friend, because after all, “we worship the same G/god”.

      That nonsense didn’t go over very well. By the following Sunday the gullible pastor who quoted the deceived pastor retracted his agreement. What a mess.

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      • tacocat43 says:

        This is extremely bigoted toward Christians.

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        • Sherri Young says:

          Walid Shoebat is a devout Catholic. He married a Catholic young lady of Mexican descent. When he sought to convert her to Islam, she challenged him to show her in the Bible that Christianity is not the true faith. He spent a year studying the Bible and turned from Islam. He reared his kids as Catholics. His son Ted is TurboCatholic.

          Walid Shoebat is from a “Palestinian” area and knows the culture of hatred and supremacy in which he was reared. When he attended college here in Chicago, he was in a muslim students association that aimed to infiltrate society and take over. He grew up in a violent place with a violent religion. He has tried to be the watchman on the wall who warns the complacent people.

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          • sedge2z says:

            Sherri, what’s a Turbo Catholic?

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            • Sherri Young says:

              His religion is a big part of his life. He does not shy away from Catholicism at all. When it comes down to issues where Catholic doctrine may not be PC, he goes with Catholic doctrine. Most notably, Ted is not okay with the gay agenda.

              It has been a few years since I spent much time on that website, so Ted may have changed a bit, but I doubt it.

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            • Sherri Young says:

              Guess I should have added that the term TurboCatholic came from a friend of my daughter’s. The guy’s mother owned a pub and he worked there when he was home on weekends. The remark came up because he needed to get as much done as he could ahead of closing because his mother liked to get out of there quickly at night. She was not going to be late for Mass in the morning and needed every minute of sleep she could get.

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          • bentley1blog says:

            Who allowed him to study in Chicago while hating our country? We then wonder why these creatures hide among us plotting our demise.

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            • Sherri Young says:

              His mother was American. Seems his father may have studied here too.

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            • 7delta says:

              Who? The same people who lie to us about Islam, who brought in 97% un-vetted Muslim refugees, who are corrupted by Saudi money, who want chaos, division and blood shed to strip nations of sovereignty to create their global government and expect to be special after  they’ve destroyed the very thing that allowed them the freedom to commit suicide by stupidity and greed. Plotting our demise is a feature, not a bug.

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    • Laurie Walker says:

      Meanwhile the Chicoms have stolen our wealth, with the help of the UN.

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  21. Perot Conservative says:

    So the not PC question: Muslim?

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  22. bill says:

    Onto Gitmo, IMMEDIATELY!
    Transfer from one military base to another.
    Don’t want to hear about ‘the terrorists’ rights….to anything.

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  23. bocephusrex says:

    Ever notice how incredibly hideous all these terrorists are? I mean they’re 3-bag ugly-every single one of them-pretty sure some of their hatred comes from an inability to score with western women-

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  24. hawkins6 says:

    “…scene of the shooting, which took place at Naval Air Station in Pensacola early Friday morning.”

    I wonder where at the naval station the murders occurred. I believe the station is a strict “Gun free zone,” so how did he manage to have a gun. Was he outside the gun free zone? I have no facts to add but I hope this slaughter was not caused because someone was afraid of being labeled an “Islamaphobe” so he/she didn’t demand a search of the killer as he entered the area.

    The murders are sickening and horrible no matter how the killer had a gun but if this could or should have been prevented, it will be another angry load to add to the already horrendous burden for the families of the deceased and the injured. The number of American servicemen (women?) killed by so called friendly allies they are training is probably much higher than we know. Enough!!

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      I saw the press conference this morning. It took place in a building ( 2 story) full of classrooms. So yes the 3 filming had to be in the building as well.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      I was with a group carrying out a consulting project on an army base. We had to get on the list in advance. So maybe they did a background check on all of us.

      As we drove in, they just checked our ID as we waited in the car. No frisk, no metal detector.

      I could have slipped in with a handgun.

      BTW: the security at the gate were contracted civilians! So the worst that could happen if they failed to check us well: the guy loses his job!

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    • Rhoda R says:

      It isn’t particularly difficult to get a gun on base. If you have a sticker and/or military ID the guards just pass you through. No metal detectors or anything like that. The ban on guns affects only the law-abiding since it depends on people following the law. Unless things have changed in the 10 years since I retired, there is no way to screen military coming on base for guns.

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  25. Blind no Longer says:

    Authorities are probing whether the incident is terror-related.

    Please- Give me a damn break!!! The propaganda pushers insult our intelligence everyday!
    People filming the attack…Saudi nationals…Just like Nidal Hassan, all of these foreign nationals serving in our military or training with them, put our military at great risk.

    It’s disgusting to see our government and all the fake news talking heads twist themselves into a pretzel to “protect” the Muslim jihadists. Oh those mean Americans might not want those kind of people here.

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  26. Madmax110 says:

    Some people did something.

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  27. Charles Dodgson says:

    “The shooter was armed with a handgun and was killed by sheriff’s deputies “??

    Where are the MPs? When I grew up as an army brat a shooter would have been killed by MPs and I doubt the sheriffs dept would have been allowed on base.

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    • III% says:

      They have a working relationship for emergency situations with the county police. Two of the people injured were deputies.

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    • fabrabbit says:

      Charles: We will probably never hear the real story but I did hear a female officer was in the cafeteria. Maybe she heard and ran there? Good for her. This is ridiculous that military bases are “no gun zones”. That has to be changed.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Write your representative and the President. Point out that of all the demographic here in the US, the military are the ones with the best training concerning weapons. I also pointed out that this is the third time that Clinton’s ban has resulted in our service members being sitting ducks. This might be an issue with an avalanche of emails, etc. can make a difference.

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    • sedge2z says:

      How many bullets can one handgun hold?
      The victims must have been all together – maybe in a classroom – trapped while being recorded on video and shot by that one handgun? What horrible hell.

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  28. jx says:

    Gee what a surprise. /s

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  29. hawkins6 says:

    I thought the picture above was just a general pic of the naval station but it looks like the shooting occurred at the entry checkpoint–was he entering or fleeing the station? If the Sherrif’s deputies killed him were the checkpoint personnel unarmed? If so that’s madness.

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      No happened inside the building, 2 story, full of classrooms.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      “Investigators are trying to determine how a foreign national obtained a handgun, which is prohibited by law, and carried it onto the base. FBI special agent in charge Rachel Rojas said officials have not yet determined a motive for the shooting….The shooting took place in Building 633, which is part of the Naval Aviation Schools Command and is where Navy personnel entering flight training first report. Two Escambia County deputies shot and killed the gunman, and by 7:50 a.m., the threat was over. Both deputies were wounded — one in the knee, another in the arm”

      (From CBS via Bongino Report

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      • fabrabbit says:

        His service weapon is what I heard.

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        • Lurker1 says:

          That’s disinfo if someone said that. They don’t get a service weapon…. if they did, most would shoot themselves because they finish the program not knowing how to land a plane.

          We trained many prior to 911 who had never used their hands…. ever. Probably never carried anything. Rumor is eunuchs bathed them. Ahem. The ones we got were apparent royalty. This one kid I tried to fly with/train didn’t know right from left. He yanked the stick so freaking hard from left to right I thought he was kidding or having a panic attack. It never smoothed out and he didn’t successfully do one landing on his own. This was quite normal.

          No, these dudes don’t get service weapons in the USA. Someone “issued” it for him. And zero American classmates would hand one over to one of these guys.

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          • MustangBlues says:

            What??!! Excuse me??!! A MILITARY BASE is a Gun Free Zone??!! What?? No Military Police??? These must be Stanford, or Harvard, or Yale, academic lounge lizard brothels.

            Hey! For God’s Sake, a gun free zone is like no parking in handicap spots; it is honor bound. Any ordinary fool could find a way to buy a gun off the streets: how do criminals normally get their guns??? By ordering through amazon???

            Sorry ass military security, and pc ass kissing to let loonies of the muslim cult train freely among our troops. Pure murder by regulations; sitting ducks, Americans must be removed so the communist democrats can party with the muslim terrorists–it’s a true believer cult thang.

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  30. AnotherView says:

    Filthy ragheads just love filming their handiwork when they slaughter. Blood thirty bastards. Deport them all.

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  31. Dennis Leonard says:

    These are not US citizens.They should all be sent back to SA with instructions to take care of this,with the results shown on Prime Time TV,there’s of course.

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  32. Bill says:

    What good did it do to have that MILITARY base be a gun free zone? Why did F’ng police have to shoot him?! Can’t help but wonder if at least some of the three deceased would be alive if they SOLDIERS had been armed.

    And while we are at it, let’s delve in to liberal logic. If all guns should be taken from citizens because one gun can cause mass casualties, by that logic, shouldn’t all Non American Muslims be banned from America because one of them could cause mass casualties? And Muslims have the ability to think and make decisions, yet guns are INANIMATE objects.

    Liberal logic = Muslim ban

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  33. omyword says:

    Not a fan of that program and never have been. Let those nations who want to have military pilots train them themselves. Todays “ally” can be tomorrows adversary.

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    • faridrushdi says:

      I attended Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB TX in 1978. I was amazed that as we were marching around the base, squadrons from other countries were doing the same thing, but with American TI’s (training instructors). The Iranians were housed nearby and they marched with a high-step British leg movement but also moved one arm wildly in unison. This was during the beginnings of the anti-Shah violence in Tehran and I wondered who their allegiance was to.

      I went to Tech School in Mississippi and there were squadrons from a dozen countries or more. That was where the Air Force Air Traffic Controller’s school was and we were training them for that job. Geez, like we didn’t do enough already.

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  34. SamWise says:

    My wife and I were just there in November to see the Blue Angels and the great aviation museum @ NAS Pensacola. The guards at each gate just ask you if you have a weapon/firearm. They go on your word. No search, no detectors, nothing. Just to put this in perspective as a “gun-free zone.” Absolutely absurd our naval and army bases are gun free zones. As General McAuffie would say…”NUTS”

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  35. California Joe says:

    The six Saudi trainees were all in pilot school so they were Saudi Air Force officers. Probably pilot training for F-15 or similar aircraft. What kind of lunatic deliberately blows the opportunity to fly a high tech military aircraft in the service of a wealthy American ally so they kill a handful of young sailors? I just don’t understand that mindset? The opportunity of a lifetime thrown away to either be beheaded in Saudi Arabia or spend their lives in an American prison!

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  36. Republicanvet91 says:

    I’m curious what our FBI was doing other than watching these guys?

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    • JohnCasper says:

      Covering up for their part in the attempted coup.

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    • MustangBlues says:

      Well! We are definitely safe now, the FBI are handling it??

      and Be assured this murder by muslim terrorists will be carefully investigated and proved that a gun flew into the work area and murdered only Americans and fell into the hand of the muslim by pure accident, and he was killed by a female infidel without any cause.

      Trust the FBI, always have the story right.

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  37. Patience says:

    Learning to fly planes in the US????? Hmmm, that sounds familiar.
    How about teaching them to parachute. Take em flying and let them jump without a pull cord.
    >And we will film it.

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  38. SamWise says:

    This is my first time to post FYI, Ad Rem.
    Long…long…long time follower in the treehouse.
    Respects to Gunny, Ristvan, Seneca, Grandma, and Sundance (the best).

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  39. California Joe says:

    For two hundred years soldiers in the British Army even took their rifles and sidearms home with them on leave and rifles were racked in the barracks.

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  40. I’m sure Obama is crying into his prayer blanket right now…

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  41. fangdog says:

    When I was in pilot training we had Mid-East pilots under going pilot training along with us in our squadron. They were terrible in the sky as well as dangerous pilot trainees. I had to use evasive action several times to avoid a mid-air with these camel jocky’s. They had zero awareness and at times enter the airport the wrong way. Imagine all they ever did was ride camels and the next thing they know they’re expected to fly super-sonic airplanes…..never made sense to me.

    I don’t think a one of them ever passed our requirements to be a fighter pilot.. They just spent a certain amount of time here and then went back home. That is those who didn’t kill themselves with stupidity in the mean time.

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    • WES says:

      Fangdog:. Your observations coincides with the many expats flying airliners for Arab airlines!

      The same applies to many African airlines too! Many African airliners can not get permission to land anywhere in Europe unless they have expats flying them!

      All my Africa flights had European flight crews except South Africa.

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    • Lurker1 says:

      Down in Pensacola I always guarded the stick on final with a strong right hand cupping the front….. in the Pensacola area back in the day, we had about 5 or 6 outlying fields in the SOCAL AREA (south central Alabama) AKA L.A. (lower Alabama). The evergreen trees would always grow so that you would clear the tops were a problem on final and in the way. We would always fear the pre911 dive into the trees, and sure enough 911 validated our concern.

      I remember a student pilot saying to me “Allah Willing, we will fly today.” Our airplane was a comer and not yet ready. I said hell no, more like Instructor Willling we will fly. I had to explain to my AL BROTHER that I was the only voting member in this issue.

      Once in the gulf I got a call between the carrier and Bahrain from a Saudi warship that they were going to shoot me down.

      “On guard, American warplane turn immediately or you will be shot down. You are overflying Saudi warship.” I replied back with about 7 or 8 “my friends”. It sounded like a John McCain Presidential Debate. Then the Saudi warship “my friended” me back and let me go. I never saw the ship in the shit weather.

      Good times.

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    • spoogels says:

      You cannot expect people from a country that is immersed in a pre-medieval ideology and indoctrinated with it, to think logically and rationally ito physics, science, complicated machinery and computers aboard a modern jet.

      Like monkeys it has to be repetitive.

      The average IQ of one of these 1400 year inbred scum is 60. They are uneducable and suffer from numerous mental and physical defects
      Nicolai Sennels a danish psychologists who worked with Muslim prisoners wrote this and it has now been scrubbed from the net

      According to Sennels, close to half of all Muslims in the world are inbred. In Pakistan , the numbers approach 70%. Even in England, more than half of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first cousins, and in Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants is around 40%.

      The numbers are equally devastating in other important Muslim countries: 67% in Saudi Arabia , 64% in Jordan , and Kuwait , 63% in Sudan , 60% in Iraq , and 54% in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar

      Lowered intellectual capacity is another devastating consequence of Muslim marriage patterns. According to Sennels, research shows that children of consanguineous marriages lose 10-16 points off their IQ and that social abilities develop much slower in inbred babies. The risk of having an IQ lower than 70, the official demarcation for being classified as “retarded,” increases by an astonishing 400 percent among children of cousin marriages. (Similar effects were seen in the Pharaonic dynasties in ancient Egypt and in the British royal family, where inbreeding was the norm for a significant period of time.)

      And theres more here at this website:
      https://www.semissourian.com/forums/speakout/thread/6660

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      • fangdog says:

        It is so true and there is no way these Muslim fighter pilots can compete with an American or Israeli pilot in a dogfight.

        What surprised me, we were being trained in Laredo Texas across the River is Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Seems like a number of nights during the week there would be these Mid East pilot trainees cross the border and run the whore-house whores in Nuevo Laredo while we were in our quarters studying the required academics which comes with becoming a successful fighter-pilot.

        There were some who were serious exceptions, in fact I had one come home to California with me and spend Christmas. He was a real cool guy and I often wondered how he turned-out when he returned home.

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  42. WES says:

    I know very little about Saudis Arabia personally.

    The closest I have been to Saudis Arabia is in Jordan, south of the Dead Sea, not too far from their common border. (I was working there when the Israelis bombed Iraq’s nuclear reactor.)

    What little I know comes directly from a friend, of my Father, who worked in the oil industry first in Iran and later in Saudis Arabia.

    This friend said that all security in Saudis Arabia is handled by members from just one tribe. This allows the Saudis rulers to keep a firm grip on the country. Whenever there is a breach in security it does not take them very long to find it and execute the people involved.

    For example. A few (many?) years ago, an oil refinery’s security was breached by an attack. Within days they identified the culprits within the oil refinery’s security that had provided the inside information to the attackers. Needless to say they quickly rounded up everybody connected with the attack inside and out and beheaded them all.

    This was only possible because everybody knows everybody in this tribe. You might say this tribe has the current monopoly on security and doesn’t want to loose it’s economic benefits!

    What I can tell you for sure, is right now the Saudis security people will have already rounded up anybody connected or related to the attacker (plus the other arrested Saudis) in Saudis Arabia.

    None of the arrested Saudis will want to go back!

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    • Sentient says:

      I’m sure most of what you say is 100% true, but members of the royal family (which is huge – thousands) have certainly funded terrorism and madrassas worldwide that encourage Salafist extremism. We shouldn’t think that the royal family are the good guys who will punish the bad guys.

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  43. Laurie Walker says:

    I think the societies of Chrisitian countries … the US, Russia, Eastern, Middle and Western Eueope, Australia and Canada, being overwhelmed, on every front should be of concern.

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  44. keeler says:

    Do not overlook the shooting at Hickam (Pearl Harbor) earlier this week.

    When I first heard about that incident, I wondered if the shooter was a Hispanic service member. I did so because a number of Hispanic servicemen or former serviceman have been involved in shootings or other types of attacks in which the motives/tactics suggest possible jihadist motivations. These attacks include the Fort Lauderdale Airport shooting on January 6th, 2017 and the May 17th, 2017 vehicle incident in Times Square, New York City. No direct ties to terrorism were ever made public, but the backgrounds of both men suggest the possibility their acts were motivated by terrorism.

    In the case of Hickam the current story is the shooter, a 22 year racial minority with a Hispanic surname, was upset about being disciplined and had anger problems. Is it plausible this was a case of workplace violence? Absolutely. However…

    given the timing (3 days before the Pearl Harbor anniversary), the subsequent attack in Pensacola (which now appears to involve multiple individuals in a planned operation), the recent uptick of terrorist attacks in Europe (after a fairly long lull), and the suspects’ match to the general pattern of possible jihadi service members outlined above, I do not think terrorism should be ruled out as a motivation so quickly. Nor should we assume these are unrelated events. Nor should we assume there will not be more shootings at military facilities in the immediate future.

    My closing note, and the reason I have repeatedly brought up racial identity, is this: there have been a number of veterans and active duty members who have converted to Islam and went on to become involved in jihadist activity. We appear to have a growing problem with veterans, in particular veterans susceptible to seeing themselves as marginalized or alienated on account of their race, being converted into jihadists. This problem has not, to my knowledge, been looked into, or even identified. It needs to be.

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  45. donnymo says:

    The Religion of Peace. Who da thunk it?

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  46. flatlandgoober says:

    Every Moslem. EVERY ONE OF THEM.

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  47. Val says:

    “The US/Saudi aviation training partnership at Pensacola & other military bases was part of the $30 billion sale of F-15s to the Saudis – engineered by Hillary Clinton & State Dept. /1…”

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    • fractionalexponent says:

      I would keep an eye out for signs of FBI trying to control what the Pensacola sheriff says in local Pensacola TV station news conferences.

      In the local news conferences by Sheriff Lombardo here in Las Vegas, regarding the Oct 2017 Mandalay Bay shooting, it appeared he was being throttled and controlled by the FBI to make sure he only told the “lone gunman” narrative.

      MSM channels, including Fox, will only report what their editors put on their teleprompters and ear pieces.

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  48. oldersoul says:

    The fake news story about 14,000 more troops didn’t work …

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  49. oldersoul says:

    What’s the best way to completely undo all of PDJT’s amazing progress in the middle east?

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