Three wounded in shooting at U.S. military base in Hawaii
Three wounded in shooting at U.S. military base in HawaiiIn a posting on the social network, the base said, "JBPHH security forces have responded to a reported shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.
The shooter was confirmed as a US sailor but was not named. The victims have not been identified . "Officials at Joint Base Pearl Harbor -Hickam report the shooting incident at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard has been secured," a Navy public information officer told Insider.
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A 22-year-old active-duty sailor opened fire on three civilian employees, killing two, before he fatally shot himself at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard near Honolulu on Wednesday, a military official said.
Sailor at Pearl Harbor Shipyard Fatally Shoots 2, Injures 1 and Kills Himself, U.S. Says
A United States sailor opened fire at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on Wednesday, fatally shooting two shipyard workers and injuring another before killing himself, the authorities said. The motive for the shooting, which occurred around 2:30 p.m. local time at a dry dock on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, was not immediately clear. It was also not clear whether the active duty sailor targeted the three shipyard workers — Department of Defense civilians — or fired indiscriminately.The sailor was assigned to the U.S.S. Columbia, a submarine docked at the shipyard for maintenance, Rear Adm. Robert B.
— HONOLULU — A shooting at a Pearl Harbor naval shipyard in Hawaii left at least one person injured Wednesday, but it’s not clear if the shooter has been apprehended, military and hospital officials said. The shipyard is across the harbor from the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, which
The Joint Base Pearl Harbor -Hickam identified the shooter as a U.S. sailor who injured three Department of Defense civilian workers before killing himself. Security forces said they responded to a "reported shooting " at around 2:30 p.m. in the vicinity of the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard 's Dry
The suspected shooter was identified as 22-year-old G. Romero. He opened fire on shipyard personnel with his M4 service rifle and then used his M9 service pistol to shoot himself, the official said.
Three civilian Department of Defense workers were found shot in the vicinity of the base's Dry Dock 2. Two died and a third is in the hospital in stable condition, according to Rear Adm. Robert Chadwick, commander, Navy Region.
A motive for the shooting is not yet known.
The sailor served on the USS Columbia, a submarine stationed at Pearl Harbor, Chadwick said.
The shipyard commander, Capt. Greg Burton, said in a statement, "No words will convey the full measure of sorrow from today’s tragedy. This loss will be felt throughout our shipyard ‘Ohana, greater shipyard & NAVSEA family, submarine force, and the Navy as a whole."
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The shooter was identified only as an active duty sailor assigned to the USS Columbia, a fast attack submarine.The shooter was identified Thursday as 22-year-old G. Romero, according to a military official who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity in order to provide details that had not been made public.
The gunman is dead and three others are injured after a shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard near Honolulu on Wednesday. The shooter has been tentatively identified as a sailor, according to Lydia Robertson, a spokesperson for the base.
Joint Base Pearl Harbor -Hickam is a combined U.S. Air Force and Navy Installation located 8 miles (13 km) from Honolulu. The incident comes three days before the anniversary of the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on the naval base that led the United States to enter World War Two by declaring war on Japan.
"For any who have worked alongside those lost today, please reach out to your chain of command and let them know so that we can facilitate time for you to begin to process this tragedy," Burton said. "As we mourn the loss of members of our ‘Ohana, please take the opportunity to reconnect with each other and to reinforce and strengthen the bonds with each other. We value each one of you deeply and we are here for you."
The incident occurred around 2:30 p.m. local time, according to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam officials. A lockdown was lifted at about 4 p.m. local time.
Base security and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service are currently investigating.
"While the investigation into this incident continues, my thoughts and aloha are with the victims of the terrible tragedy at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and with their families," Hawaiian Sen. Mazie Hirono said in a statement. "I join all of Hawaii in expressing our gratitude to the first responders who rush toward danger every day to keep us safe."
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi lifts lockdown after suspect taken into custody, base says .
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was placed on lockdown for about an hour Wednesday morning and a suspect was taken into custody, NAS Corpus Christi said on Facebook. © Provided by CNNNo shots were fired and no injuries have been reported, according to Navy spokeswoman Lt. Cmdr. Megan Isaac.The shelter-in-place order has since been lifted, and the gates to the base were opened for normal traffic, the base said.Corpus Christi police are not on the Naval Air Station base but were called to assist with traffic control, according to a spokesperson for the department.