A lockdown at an Air Force base in Arizona was lifted Monday, more than an hour after “unconfirmed” reports of shots fired there, as a Pentagon official told Fox News it likely was a false alarm.
All clear, the lockdown has been lifted. Base personal are free to resume all normal operations. We will continue with updates as available
— Davis-Monthan AFB (@DMAFB) January 23, 2017
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base officials had urged everyone to seek shelter as on-site security investigated.
Two airmen on the flight line thought they heard “gunshots,” initiating a response from local police, the Pentagon official said.
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SOURCE: Fox News