Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White

Outrage and an officer: The anatomy of a Navy controversy after the Chattanooga attack

Dan Lamothe, The Washington Post

The attack on the Naval Reserve support center in Chattanooga killed four Marines and a Navy sailor, and spawned a national debate about whether the U.S. military should arm more service members who work out of small, unguarded facilities like recruiting stations and reserve centers. But it also spawned questions about whether White could face discipline for carrying and discharging a privately owned handgun on federal property, where it was not allowed.

Obama’s Navy Torpedoes Chattanooga Hero

Nothing that Obama or his underlings do should surprise us, but a report from our friend LTC Allen West left us, as West put it, “dog fighting mad and seriously pissed off.” It appears that Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White, who used his personal firearm to engage Muslim terrorist Mohammod Abdulazeez during the assault on the Navy Operational Support Center in Chattanooga where four Marines and Sailor were killed, is going to face disciplinary action for discharging a firearm in a designated "gun free zone."