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Visitors to Military Bases Will Now Be Screened by FBI Database

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Steve Neavling

Anyone trying to enter a military base will have to be screened against the FBI’s criminal database, reports.

The idea is to determine whether visitors have been arrested, have a  felony conviction or outstanding warrants. It comes in the wake of  the shootings at Fort Hood in Texas  and Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.

Troops, veterans, relatives and others with access have traditionally been checked against a Department of Defense database.

The DOD database will begin tapping into the FBI database on Friday.

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Comment from Northern Illinois Retiree
Time August 11, 2014 at 11:59 am

The only thing I find incredible about this new policy is that its implementation nearly THIRTEEN YEARS after 9/11.

Considering what we put up with in the name of security (or, more likely, smoke & mirrors) with TSA, et al. it’s amazing that only now are they going to try and keep out felons, fugitives and dopers.

We have met the enemy and he is …

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