WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon announced on Friday new restrictions on international military students’ access to guns on U.S. bases, as well as other measures, after a Saudi officer killed three U.S. sailors at a Florida naval base last month.
“Getting back to work does not mean getting back to business as usual. Going forward we will put several new policies and security procedures in place,” Garry Reid, a senior Pentagon intelligence official, said in a statement.
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