Zach, 27, left, and his good friend Matt, 34, stand outside the U.S. Army Recruiting Office on 16204 Pacific Ave. South, Spanaway, carrying AR-15 rifles and holstered semiautomatic handguns. Zach said he called the office earlier in the morning to ask if it would be all right for them to come out. He said they are there because of the shooting at another recruiting office in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that left five service members dead. Deanna Rine, seated behind, said “it is all right with me that they are here posing for pictures with their guns.” Rine was just hanging out in front of the recruiting office.
Zach, 27, left, and his good friend Matt, 34, stand outside the U.S. Army Recruiting Office on 16204 Pacific Ave. South, Spanaway, carrying AR-15 rifles and holstered semiautomatic handguns. Zach said he called the office earlier in the morning to ask if it would be all right for them to come out. He said they are there because of the shooting at another recruiting office in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that left five service members dead. Deanna Rine, seated behind, said “it is all right with me that they are here posing for pictures with their guns.” Rine was just hanging out in front of the recruiting office. David Montesino Staff photographer
Zach, 27, left, and his good friend Matt, 34, stand outside the U.S. Army Recruiting Office on 16204 Pacific Ave. South, Spanaway, carrying AR-15 rifles and holstered semiautomatic handguns. Zach said he called the office earlier in the morning to ask if it would be all right for them to come out. He said they are there because of the shooting at another recruiting office in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that left five service members dead. Deanna Rine, seated behind, said “it is all right with me that they are here posing for pictures with their guns.” Rine was just hanging out in front of the recruiting office. David Montesino Staff photographer

Civilians stand guard at Army recruiting office in Spanaway

July 21, 2015 07:18 AM

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