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It is the second shooting at a U.S. military base this week, following an incident Wednesday at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard when a U.S. sailor fatally shot two civilian employees.
MSNBC National Security Analyst Clint Watts explains security and weapons access at a typical military base, and what questions it raises for the shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola.
Jeff Bergosh, a facilities manager at Pensacola Naval Base, described the scene outside the base as "chaos" as authorities responded to reports of a mass shooting and employees arrived for work.
NBC News’ Pete Williams reports at least five people were transported to local hospitals after a shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. This is the second shooting at a U.S. military facility this week.
"This is what dangerous people do to get away, and this is what people will do to avoid capture," the police chief says.