Florida's U.S. Senators are asking the military to honor the heroes who responded to the attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola.
JUST IN: U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper @EsperDoD ) speaks from Naval Air Station Pensacola, saying his visit today is "very important." He said he met with the first responders on sight during the shooting and thanked them for their work. More:
The Pentagon is updating the way it vets foreign military students in the wake of the deadly shooting at the Pensacola, Fla., Naval Air Station by a Saudi military officer last month, officials announced.
Following the deadly attack that was ruled an act of terrorism at Naval Air Station Pensacola, the Department of Defense says it will soon announce revamped protocols for security, physical security and vetting at U.S. military bases.
AG Barr on Pensacola Naval Air Station shooting was an act of terrorism, 'motivated by jihadi ideology' *Shooter visited the 9/11 Memorial days before attack *Investigation uncovered anti-American posts, child porn *21 Saudi trainees will be deported
#BREAKING: We are aware of reports of a possible active shooter at Naval Air Station Pensacola. More information to follow.
Breaking: A member of the Saudi military who was training at US Naval Air Station in Pensacola is the suspected shooter in today’s incident - 5 US defense officials & another person familiar tell CNN. Investigators now looking into whether it was terror-related.