Since the horrific terrorist shooting at a Marine recruiting center in Chattanooga last week that killed five service members, citizens have been standing guard outside recruiting centers all over the country.
Last Friday, we told you about a man in Winchester, Virginia who started standing guard outside the military recruitment center the day after the attack in Tennessee. At the time, he asked us not to use his name, but the reaction to his actions has been so powerful that we can give you his name now -- Rick Hewitt.
But according to Stars and Stripes, the Army has put out a new directive to their recruiters to treat these armed citizens as a security threat.
Another group of men standing guard at a different recruiting center in Virginia say the Army’s order is an insult to them.
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