Armed Citizens Are Now Guarding Military Recruiting Centers Across The U.S.

Across the U.S., armed volunteers are arriving at military recruiting centers to protect recruiters in the wake of a shooting spree last week in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where four Marines and one Navy sailor were killed.
A 1992 Department of Defense directive restricts weapons to law enforcement or military police on federal property. So when Mohammad Abdulazeez sprayed the facade of a Naval Recruiting Reserve Center from his convertible Mustang last week, recruiters had no way of firing back.