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Gunman in Naval Air Station Pensacola Attack was a Saudi Aviation Student | NPR

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In a shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday, three people were killed, in addition to the gunman, a Saudi aviation student. Eight people were injured. In a news conference, Gov. Ron DeSanti, said the FBI and a number of other agencies are investigating the situation; a lot of questions will be raised due to the gunman being a foreign national from the Saudi air force. Several U.S. officials, including the FBI, are treating this as an act of terrorism and not a murder. Coming two days after a Navy sailor shot and killed two civilian employees at Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor military installation, this is the second shooting at a U.S. Navy facility in a week.

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