Navy: If armed civilians show up at recruiting centers, we won’t be there
WASHINGTON, D.C. --A Navy official tried to throw more cold water Wednesday on armed private citizens showing up on their own at military recruitment centers. The official told CNN that that should unauthorized armed civilians attempt to patrol outside a Navy recruiting center, recruitment personnel would try to work out of the office. They could choose to spend the day at a school, mall, on travel or other duties that would keep them away from the center.