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Inside the chaos of the Navy’s April 2021 near-mass shooting


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More than a year after a Navy corpsman shot two shipmates before being gunned down on a Maryland Army base, the sea service and federal investigators have provided scant details regarding what led to the incident.

But Frederick, Maryland, police records obtained by Navy Times in response to a public records request provide a fresh glimpse into the chaos that erupted when 38-year-old Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Fantahun G. Woldesenbet started firing the morning of April 6, 2021.

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