Alabama Governor Orders Flags To Half Staff For NAS Pensacola Shooting Victim

December 13, 2019

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has ordered flags in Alabama to half staff on Sunday, December 22 the day of internment for Ensign Joseph Kaleb Watson, who was killed in the shooting onboard NAS Pensacola December 6.

Watson’s remains arrive Friday in his hometown of Enterprise, Alabama, in advance of funeral services on Sunday, December 22.

“Let us remember the life and service of Ensign Watson, who died as a hero trying to protect his fellow service members. We offer our heartfelt condolences and prayers to his family, friends and community,” Ivey said.

Watson and two other victims, Mohammed Sameh Haitham and Cameron Scott Walters, were posthumously promoted and awarded their wings of gold.

Flags across the entire state of Florida remained at half staff until sunset Friday, December 13 for all of the NAS Pensacola victims.

Pictured above: Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson.


One Response to “Alabama Governor Orders Flags To Half Staff For NAS Pensacola Shooting Victim”

  1. Bartender on December 13th, 2019 6:49 pm

    God be with his family.the gov.should get the blame for his death.if they didnt open the doors to the rag heads he wouldnt be gone today.they never learned anot 911 I dont guess.they want to spend 3 billion on a wall to keep mexicans out an all they want to do is work.keep letting the planes fly in an theres gona be a mass killing again.

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