Former Marine identified as Baton Rouge gunman
el chapo guzman
Share |
Former Marine identified as Baton Rouge gunman
17 July 2016 - Three law enforcement officers were killed and three others
injured in a shooting Sunday in Baton Rouge, officials said.

The suspect has been identified as Gavin Long, a 29 year old former
Marine who was also killed in a gun battle with police. According to a
military source, Long left the Marines in 2010 with an honorable discharge.
His final Marine rank was E-5 (sergeant).

Gavin turned 29 years old on the day that he carried out the attack on the
Baton Rouge officers. Two other suspects may also be at large, according
to authorities.

The shooting -- which happened just before 9 a.m., less than 1 mile from
police headquarters -- comes amid spiraling tensions across the city,
Louisiana's capital -- and the country -- between the black community
and police.

The races of the suspects and the officers in Sunday's shooting were not
immediately known.

A police robot was brought in to ensure there were no explosives on the
dead suspect or in the vicinity.

A witness told WBRZ-TV, a man was dressed in black with his face
covered was shooting indiscriminately when he walked out between a
convenience store and car wash across from Hammond Air Plaza.

Multiple police units were stationed at Our Lady of the Lake Regional
Medical Center, where the officers were taken. A police officer with a
long gun was blocking the parking lot at the emergency room.

Spokeswoman Ashley Mendoza said the hospital received five patients
from the police shooting, all "law enforcement professionals." Of the two
who survived the shooting, one is in critical condition and the other is in
fair condition.

This is a developing story and more information will follow when available.
This is not a Government Sponsored website
Army NCO Counseling Pack All in one Updated July 2016

Counseling Soldiers has always been a challenge for new Noncommissioned
Officers so our team of NCOs has created over 60 Counseling Statement
Examples with updated forms and regulations to provide all NCOs the best
resource needed to produce clean and to the point counseling statements.
Product features include:

  • Over 60 Counseling Statement Examples in PDF Format
  • Free Quarterly Updates sent to you by Email
  • 24/7 Support via Email and Live Chat
  • Download to your Smart Phone or Tablet so you can work anywhere
  • Includes the Army Legal Handbook, Senior NCO and NCOER Guides
  • Money Back Guarantee

New Product Sale $9.99 (Retail $59.99)
Late For Duty
Soldier Debt
Overweight Counseling
APFT Failure
Under Age Drinking
Failure to Report
Diagnostic APFT Failure
Low APFT Score Prior to WLC
Overweight Prior to WLC
Excess Leave
Travel Pass
Monthly Overweight
Safety Counseling
Magic Statement
Failure to Conduct Risk Assessment
Disobeying an Order
Drunk on Duty
Letter of Reprimand
Negligent Weapons Discharge
Emergency Leave
Motorcycle Safety
Redeployment Safety
Improper Use of Prescription Drugs
Underweight Counseling
Off Limits Areas
No Contact Order
Inappropriate Relations
Protective Order
Monthly Counseling
WLC Counseling
Family Care Plan
Initial Counseling PVT-SPC
Promotion Counseling
Loss Military Property
Domestic Issues
Lost Military ID Card
Bar To Reenlist
Government Travel Card
Corrective Training
Initial Family Care Plan
Invalid Family Care Plan
NCO Quarterly Counseling
Tuition Assistance
AWOL Letter Home
AWOL Point Paper
GT Score Improvement
Off Duty Employment
Initiate FLAG
Transfer FLAG
Marriage Counseling
Good Job Counseling
Good Conduct Medal Not Approved
Failure to Follow the Chain of Command
Late/Failed Appointments
Includes the following Counseling Examples:
Custom Search
Former Marine identified as Baton Rouge gunman