First Lt. Paul Kilquist, Master Sgt. Joshua Ray, Tech Sgt. Vanessa Amalla, and Staff Sgt. Alexa Marro, all with the 375th Security Forces Squadron, discuss an active shooter situation prior to entering the building during the exercise. According to the FBI reports, 2014 and 2015 each saw 20 active shooter incidents. This is more than any two-year average in the past 16 years, and nearly six times as many as the period between 2000 and 2001, the starting point for the FBI’s review. In all, not including any of the shooters, 92 people were killed and another 139 wounded in active shooter incidents between 2014 and 2015.
First Lt. Paul Kilquist, Master Sgt. Joshua Ray, Tech Sgt. Vanessa Amalla, and Staff Sgt. Alexa Marro, all with the 375th Security Forces Squadron, discuss an active shooter situation prior to entering the building during the exercise. According to the FBI reports, 2014 and 2015 each saw 20 active shooter incidents. This is more than any two-year average in the past 16 years, and nearly six times as many as the period between 2000 and 2001, the starting point for the FBI’s review. In all, not including any of the shooters, 92 people were killed and another 139 wounded in active shooter incidents between 2014 and 2015. Photo by Staff Sgt. Jodi Martinez
First Lt. Paul Kilquist, Master Sgt. Joshua Ray, Tech Sgt. Vanessa Amalla, and Staff Sgt. Alexa Marro, all with the 375th Security Forces Squadron, discuss an active shooter situation prior to entering the building during the exercise. According to the FBI reports, 2014 and 2015 each saw 20 active shooter incidents. This is more than any two-year average in the past 16 years, and nearly six times as many as the period between 2000 and 2001, the starting point for the FBI’s review. In all, not including any of the shooters, 92 people were killed and another 139 wounded in active shooter incidents between 2014 and 2015. Photo by Staff Sgt. Jodi Martinez

Scott holds active shooter exercise

September 15, 2016 10:58 AM