December 17th, 2016, 08:45 AM
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: North Carolina
Originally Posted by Rich D
The only caveat: they have to lock the weapon in their vehicle once they reach their work center.
That defines "cranial/rectal inversion". That would only make sense if you weren't a terrorist target while you were doing your job, but it is exactly when you are a target. It's a fact that our uniformed military has become a target.
Yeah, I dont agree it with it. The fact that the whole situation is pubic knowledge and being broadcasted on the news... only a matter of time before these firearms are stolen out of their vehicles. Not to mention, the requirements to access the base have been dumbed down dramatically (ok, dumbed down to Army/Marine procedures
). Only one ID is required, so you can bring whoever you want on base.
So to recap: We have a large amount of firearms stored in vehicles with hundreds of non-military affiliated personnel roaming the base.
I'd rather personnel keep their concealed carry weapon on them, but be prepared to face the consequences. I.e, your friendly neighborhood security forces are going to treat every person as if they are armed because, well, the majority of people are! Imagine the dependa uproar on that!