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Group Stands Watch Outside City Military Recruitment Center

At least six Oath Keepers stood in front of the recruiting station at 4122 Lima Road in the Glenbrook Commons shopping center Tuesday, armed with pistols.
At least six Oath Keepers stood in front of the recruiting station at 4122 Lima Road in the Glenbrook Commons shopping center Tuesday, armed with pistols.

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A armed group of the veterans group Oath Keepers stood watch outside the city’s Armed Forces Career Center recruiting station on Tuesday, an act that has become a regular sight at such facilities in the wake of last week’s Chattanooga mass shooting.

At least six Oath Keepers stood in front of the recruiting station at 4122 Lima Road in the Glenbrook Commons shopping center, armed with pistols. The Oath Keepers are current and former military, police and first responders dedicated to protecting the Constitution against threats, according to their website.

The threat was heightened Thursday when Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez opened fire on two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, killing four Marines and a naval officer from Paulding, Ohio, and wounding a Marine recruiter and a Chattanooga police officer.

The Oath Keepers stood watch Tuesday outside the city’s recruitment office in relief of a veteran who had been self-stationed there since Thursday.

The group told Newschannel 15 they stay until the threat level goes down.

Members of Oath Keepers have stood watch outside military recruitment offices nationwide since the incident. The group’s website includes clips of several of the acts.


Shorty Dawkins



  1. I apologize all. I really thought it was another false flag.

    Thank you all who are taking care of the problems! I was wrong!, forgetting that false flag or not, people were injured and killed instead of crises actors.

    God Bless!!

    Stay Safe!

    Molon Labe!


    If there were never intended to be action to defend the Constitution from those who are domestically attempting to destroy its power and authority, why would each Oath require it of those who take the Oaths?

    Chief Tecumseh’s wisdom: “When it comes your time to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song and die like a hero going home.

  2. I am a veteran, a Law Enforcement Officer and a full time State of Kansas employee.

    Because of sharp gun grabbers Attorneys and Managers in Kansas. I am disarmed of my constitutional right to self defense, even the Law Enforcement Safety Act is not there to protect me.

    Kansas passed law to allow carry in buildings unless guarded; however no mention of State owned vehicles and State job sites were added to the wording “intent of law disregarded”.

    Our Governor and most Ks. Politicians are extremely pro constitutional except for a few losers.

    SB65 is an attempt to fix the problem and combat the Trojan horse Attorneys and loser managers; the league of municipalities was actually against the pro constitutional bill. I again I was shocked.

    I have been a loyal employee in Kansas for 31 plus years, may have to Retire and run for office to single out the individuals and send them packing.

  3. I can not be with those fine folks in person but, from afar, I am proud of them and support them along with Oath Keepers as an organization.

  4. I’m part of the group standing guard in Fort Wayne. Our numbers have swollen from the photo in this article to around a dozen regulars and another dozen who come when they can. Today is DAY 150, and we’ll continue to be there until such time as the Department of Defense decides that the lives of recruiters have enough value to provide them a minimum level of security or allow them the ability to defend themselves.

    Described by virtually every individual from the four military branches plus the Army Corps of Engineers sent to the Fort Wayne facility to make recommendations, as the most vulnerable recruiting center in the region and one of the most vulnerable in the nation, SECDEF has still not seen fit to spend dime on security. And, in spite of the fact that most state governors have allowed state national guardsmen to be armed, and the Department of the Navy has allowed Navy and Marine reservists to be armed, recruiters, who are some of the best and brightest young men and women in the military are still not allowed the ability to defend themselves. The Marine Corps Recruiting Command, in particular, has been adamant that THEIR recruiters WILL NOT BE ARMED, but will be provided with desk partitions to hide behind in the event of an attack. The reason given (and I’m not making this up) is that recruiters wearing side arms would be scary and intimidating to potential recruits and their families. Then I guess they need to remove the posters outside the Marine Corps recruiting office showing a Navy Seal and a Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman carrying big scary black guns.

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