The U.S. Defense Chief is launching a wide-ranging security review in the wake of the Washington Navy Yard massacre.
FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson reports from Washington:
The first directive from Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel:
(Hagel) "A review of physical security and access procedures."
In other words: How people enter military facilities around the world. Then... A look at the Pentagon's procedures:
(Hagel) "For granting and renewing security clearances -- including those held by contractors."
Hagel says they owe the victims of the Navy Yard shootings nothing less than to review everything regarding military security.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.