ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The U.S. Naval Academy will honor the victims in final week’s shooting at Naval Air Do of living Pensacola all the plot in which thru the Military-Navy football game this weekend.
Ensign Joshua Watson, one among the three victims, modified into as soon as a most original graduate of the academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
Airman Mohammed Haitham and Airman Apprentice Cameron Scott Walters, who also died within the shooting, also will be honored at the game Saturday in Philadelphia.
Watson’s shipmates from the academy’s 10th Firm will wear red, white and blue ribbons pinned to their lapels. Navy defensive co-captain Nizaire Cromartie will wear a memorial patch from the Naval Aviation Schools Jabber in Pensacola, Florida, the build the three men have been assigned.
Academy leaders and midshipmen will wear NASC patches from flight suits of Watson’s Pensacola classmates.
The shooter, Mohammed Alshamrani, 21, modified into as soon as a Saudi aviation pupil and modified into as soon as killed after opening fireside at the militia uncomfortable.