Texas military facilities have been the scene of shootings in recent years and on Friday gunfire erupted again, this time at Lackland Air Force Base in an apparent murder-suicide.
At least two airmen died in the incident, which prompted a lockdown at the base outside San Antonio, with law enforcement swarming the Medina Annex entrance, according to James Keith, a spokesman for Bexar County sheriff's office.
“Bexar County deputies made entry and searched room by room, floor by floor and found two bodies,” Keith said. Keith said he did not have the identities of the dead and could not confirm that the shooting was a murder-suicide.
“It appears to be; it...