Tennessee moves recruiters to National Guard armories

SFC Robert Dodge speaks to media outside of the Armed Forces Career Center off of Lee Highway after he and other Army representatives met Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke and Police Chief Fred Fletcher on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 to thank them for the quick response during the July 16, 2015 terror shootings.

NASHVILLE - Tennessee National Guard recruitment centers have been relocated to Guard armories, state officials announced today as Gov. Bill Haslam outlined a number of temporary security measures and an accelerated handgun-carry permit process in the wake of last week's fatal attack killing five U.S. servicemen in Chattanooga.

The governor's office revealed that beginning Monday, the state Department of Military began "temporarily" repositioned soldiers working in storefront recruiting locations.

That's intended allow a review of the storefront facilities, intended to provide easier accessibility to would-be recruits, to see "what additional security measures are necessary to improve security at these locations," the governor's office said in its news release.