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U.S. Park Officer Tells of His Response to 2013 Navy Yard Shooting

September 15, 2014
Nearly one year after the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, one of the officers who took on the killer tells his story.

Timeline video of the 2013 Washington Navy Yard Shooting

September 15, 2014

On Sept. 16, 2013, Aaron Alexis walked into Washington, D.C.'s Navy Yard complex and opened fire. He killed 12 people and wounded four before he was fatally shot by police.

Nearly a year after the Washington Navy Yard shootings, PostTv shows a timeline of how the shooting rampage unfolded that day. Read More Here.

Tactical Unit was Ordered Away from Navy Yard Rampage

November 11, 2013
It was reasonable for officials to reroute a Capitol Police tactical squad away from the Washington Navy Yard rampage amid concerns about possible threats to the U.S. Capitol after the officers got stuck in traffic, according to a report released Friday that defends the decision.

Video: Navy Yard Shooter Wielded Sawed-Off Shotgun

September 25, 2013
The FBI has released preliminary findings of the Sept. 16 Washington Navy Yard shooting that includes new details about the shooter's weapons, a timeline of his movements, and his mental state leading up to the shooting.

FBI's Navy Yard Shooter Footage

September 25, 2013

The FBI has released video surveillance footage from the Washington Navy Yard shooting showing Aaron Alexis arriving and stalking the hallways with a shotgun and handgun. Read the full story here.

D.C. Chief: Second Officer Shot In Navy Yard Shooting

September 24, 2013
A second Metropolitan (D.C.) Police officer was hit by gunfire during last week's shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, Chief Cathy Lanier said Tuesday.

FBI Snubs ATF In Navy Yard Investigation

September 23, 2013
The FBI took it upon itself to track the weapons involved in the Washington Navy Yard shooting, leaving out of the loop the federal law enforcement agency in charge of firearm enforcement.

Capitol Police SWAT Team Thwarted at Navy Yard

September 19, 2013
A U.S. Capitol Police commander ordered the agency's SWAT team to stand down Monday morning as operators arrived at the gate of the Washington Navy Yard to confront the shooter.

Navy Yard Killer Had History of Mental Illness

September 17, 2013
The man authorities say killed 12 people in Monday's Washington Navy Yard rampage had a history of mental illness and reportedly told people he was hearing voices.

FBI: Navy Gunman Used Shotgun in Rampage

September 17, 2013
Aaron Alexis used a legally purchased 12-gauge shotgun to kill 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard Monday morning and likely picked up a Glock handgun from one of his victims, according to the FBI.

Navy Yard Gunman Had Checkered Military Career

September 17, 2013
The man named as the shooter in Monday’s Washington Navy Yard rampage had a highly checkered four-year career as a Navy reservist, a period marked by repeated run-ins with his military superiors and the law, including an incident in which he cursed repeatedly after being thrown out of a nightclub, according to documents and Navy officials.

Wounded D.C. Cop Out of Surgery

September 16, 2013
Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Officer Scott Williams, who was wounded in the Washington Navy Yard rampage, is out of surgery and remains in stable condition, Police Chief Cathy Lanier said.

Suspected D.C. Killer Had Anger Issues

September 16, 2013
Slain suspected Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis suffered from "anger management problems" his family feared was linked to participating in rescue attempts of Sept. 11, 2001 victims, according to a police report.

13 Dead, Officer Shot In D.C. Rampage

September 16, 2013
At least 13 people died and several others, including a police officer, were wounded in a shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday morning.
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