The Pentagon is placing new restrictions on all international military students at American bases in response to a December shooting by a Saudi trainee that killed three sailors in Florida.
Garry Reid, director of defense intelligence at the Pentagon, said the restrictions would include limits to students’ ability to possess and use firearms, along with control measures limiting their access to military installations and U.S. government facilities.
Act of terrorism
Earlier this week, the Department of Justice called the December 6 attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola an act of terrorism.
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