Navy pilots request to be armed because they don’t trust overweight police at military bases

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US Naval Aviators across the nation have penned an open letter to Capitol Hill and the Pentagon, urging them to consider allowing servicemembers to be armed on base.

The letter, sent to Fox News by Naval Air instructors who wished to remain anonymous, was written in the aftermath of an attack on students at Florida’s NAS Pensacola, when a Saudi officer opened fire on his classmates. 

“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,” the letter read.

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2 thoughts on “Navy pilots request to be armed because they don’t trust overweight police at military bases

  1. Aw, come on now you big tough oath-keeping warfighters.

    This ought to be easy for you to handle with those credentials.

    You guys help maintain that status quo. It’s the fruit of your labor

    Unless all that other stuff is B.S.?

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