Army to Review Security at Military Centers After Chattanooga Shooting

A gunman shot and killed four Marines at a Chattanooga reserve center Thursday. The Army's top officer says security at military recruiting and reserve centers will be reviewed, but it's too early to say whether the buildings should have security guards or other increased protection. chief of staff of the Army, Gen. Ray Odierno, told reporters Friday that arming troops in those offices could cause more problems than it might solve. Odierno said there are legal issues involved in allowing troops at the centers to carry guns.He says those forces will always be a bit vulnerable because the centers need to be open and accessible to the public.