Naval Support Activity Crane Remains Vigilant With Recent Attacks

(CRANE) – With the recent attacks in Little Creek, Virginia, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on and the attack in Pensacola, Florida military installations across the United States as well as Naval Support Activity Crane are being vigilant.

“We take all threats seriously and we are constantly vigilant and assessing conditions that relate to force protection at our installations. The safety of our military personnel and their families is our top priority.  We express our deepest sympathies at both Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam and Naval Air Station Pensacola,” said Jeff M. Nagan Public Affairs Officer Navy Support Activity Crane.

Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly released the following statement:

“Our entire Navy and Marine Corps team is struck and deeply saddened by the attacks within our own naval family over the past several days, at Little Creek, Virginia, last week, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Wednesday, and today in Pensacola Florida. These acts are crimes against all of us. Our prayers are with the wounded. It is our solemn duty to find causes of such tragic loss and ceaselessly work together to prevent them.  Let us make concerted efforts to care for the families of those lost, and those wounded, visibly and not. Let us shepherd them through these first moments of despair, and make them, and our greater Naval family, whole and strong.”

In Virginia Beach, 23-year-old Oscar J. Termores was allegedly killed by 38 -year old Nathaniel Lee Campbell after he crashed into a base security vehicle.

Then, a United States sailor fatally shot two people and injured another before killing himself in an incident at Pearl Habor. Police do not have a motive for the attack.

Then, a deadly shooting unfolded at a United States Navy Base Friday when a gunman killed at least four people and injured several others at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.

All personnel is asked to remain vigilant and be patient as security at the installation has been enhanced.