In all the coronavirus and political news, the confirmation that a Saudi Arabian Air Force national who killed three American soldiers at the Pensacola Naval Base in December had documented ties to Al Qaeda and was, in fact, a terrorist.
He was being trained at the base under a U.S. military program that is still ongoing, and may be putting more Americans at risk, Governor Rick Scott said at the time of the shooting.
The Department of Defense says that 5,181 foreign students from 153 countries are currently being trained under the same program.
It’s National Military Appreciation Month, but if the military really appreciated the military, they would shed more light on situations like this and demand more protection for the military on our own soil.
23-year-old Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, 19-year-old Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham, and 21-year-old Airman Apprentice Cameron Scott Walters were the soldiers killed by the terrorist in Pensacola.
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