First Scene Photo: NAS Pensacola Shooting At Building 633

December 6, 2019

The mass shooting at NAS Pensacola Friday morning occurred in Building 633, a large multi-story classroom building.

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office said the shooting incident occurred across two floor of the building. Three people, including the gunman, died inside Building 633. One person shot inside the building later died at Baptist Hospital. has obtained this exclusive photo of the scene outside Building 633 this morning.

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5 Responses to “First Scene Photo: NAS Pensacola Shooting At Building 633”

  1. DAVID HUIE GREEN on December 8th, 2019 12:18 am

    “Common sense tells me that it took some group or organized two years or more to brain-wash or to convince this individual to carry out their plan. It is that group or organization that needs to be taking out.”

    While possible, there are too many examples of people all of a sudden shooting up a place to think the only possible cause or explanation was some deep conspiracy and brainwashing.

    David for facts first,
    conclusions later

  2. Carlos E McGugin on December 7th, 2019 9:39 am

    George Cassimus
    In the days after the 9/11 attacks, four Saudi-born hijackers were linked by their addresses to the Navy’s Pensacola training base — the sprawling Florida compound where a Saudi military pilot shot three people dead in a classroom on Friday.
    But none of them received training at the Pensacola base or at any Naval flight school, a Navy spokesman said on Friday night.
    “None of the 9/11 hijackers received any training from the US Navy,” said the spokesman, Commander Ron Flanders.
    NY Post

  3. Barry Hoppe on December 7th, 2019 3:22 am

    Let’s use a little common sense. The shooter, a lieutenant in his military,who had been here for two years, training to be a pilot. Common sense tells me that it took some group or organized two years or more to brain-wash or to convince this individual to carry out their plan. It is that group or organization that needs to be taking out. If they are not here to brain-wash or to convince others to commit these acts, not only this country but entire world would benefit. I’m sure that the government, military, and FBI knows the responsible group or organization. So Mr President, I’m sure the military is tire of being shot at, so it is my recommendation that you allow the military to take out the trash.

  4. George Cassimus on December 6th, 2019 9:28 pm

    Yes it is certainly another tragedy. But how many more will happen before somebody opens there eyes. We need to put a stop to it before it happens yes we have the best training programs in the world but look how many have been trained in the USA and turned against us I think there were four trained right here that caused 9/11. And there is more. For national security we might need to uproot the other 1,000 foreign nationals until we have better security. I know the King of Saudi Arabia says he is sorry and his people love us but there is just to much carnage.

  5. Ed Tinetti on December 6th, 2019 3:46 pm

    Prayer and praise for all of the first responders. ESCO did an exemplary job in containment.
    Prayer for family of those who lost their lives or were injured.

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