Friday’s attack at Pensacola followed a shooting spree early last week at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard in Hawaii.
That’s where a sailor shot and killed two Department of Defense shipyard workers.
Keesler Air Force Base is sending condolences, thoughts and prayers to their fellow service members. Chief of Media Relations Sarah Loicano said, “Many of our Keesler community have ties to that area whether it’s our reserve citizen’s airmen who live and work in that area or our permanent party members who call Florida home. So, anytime that we lose a member of our sister service family, it’s a loss felt by us all.”