PRINCETON, W.Va. -- Calling themselves patriots, two armed men stationed themselves outside a military recruiting center in southern West Virginia following the attacks on military personnel in Chattanooga.
The Bluefield Daily Telegraph said the two were armed with AR-15s Tuesday as they stood outside the Armed Forces Career Center in Princeton.
The newspaper said the men declined to give their names but allowed a photographer to take their picture.
They said they were showing their support for local members of the Armed Forces.
Four Marines and a sailor were killed at two military facilities in the Tennessee attacks last week.
Read more about the attacks on Chattanooga military facilities