A report on last week's deadly attack of military service members in Tennessee says a Navy officer and one of the Marines who was killed fired their personal weapons during the massacre.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers has the story:
The Navy Times cites multiple military officials with internal information that say Navy Lieutenant Commander Timothy White fired his sidearm at Mohammad Abdulazeez during the attack last Thursday.
White is the Commanding Officer at the Navy Operational Support Center - one of the locations where Abdulazeez is accused of opening fire.
The paper also reported one of the four Marines killed in the attack fired his 9mm glock as well.
Law enforcement officials tell FOX News the FBI recovered the glock at the scene and noted it didn't belong to the shooter or police, but that it had been fired.
It's still unclear whether the shots that killed Abdulazeez were fired by White, the Marine, or local police.
Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.