U.S. Bases to Remain at Security Level 'Bravo'

The U.S. Northern Command -- which includes bases across the U.S. -- said Monday it will remain in a heightened security posture in the wake of the last week's deadly shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The bases will maintain at force protection level "bravo" -- the third-highest threat level on a five tier Defense Department scale -- where they have been since May.
The command has "reviewed (its) force protection measures and provided specific direction regarding additional force protection measure to reserve centers, recruiting centers and ROTC units," Capt. Scott Miller, public affairs director for U.S. Northern Command, told CNN.