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The family of one of the victims of last week’s shooting at a Pensacola naval base was “floored” by the long lines of uniformed personnel solemnly saluting as they drove to the base where he was killed.

When the family of Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23, entered Naval Air Station Pensacola, the girlfriend of the victim’s brother captured the dramatic scene in video posted on Facebook Live on Sunday.

The article goes on to state the following:

The grieving parents, Benjamin Watson and Shelia Wilemon Watson, were silent as they motored through the seemingly endless lines of saluting servicemen and women on both sides of the road.

The Pensacola News Journal reports that Joshua Watson’s rother, Zack Watson, said his parents were “astounded and deeply moved by the outpouring of love and support.”

“Though my parents had two of their children join the Navy, they had not been able to directly observe the connection and camaraderie between everyone that wears a uniform,” Zack said. “In a word, they were floored.”

The Journal reported of the video:

“There are tears. There are moments where the emotion runs over and the Watson family breathes heavily, overcome by both the loss of a 23-year-old with dreams of becoming a Navy pilot and the remarkable show of support before them at the base.

The saluting soldiers were all volunteers, according to Jason Bortz, a spokesman for NAS Pensacola, who said there were “definitely more than a thousand” who showed up to support the families and honor the three young men who died in the shooting.

“We just wanted to do something to honor our shipmates,” Bortz said. “They were all volunteers that came out, nobody was directed to come out. And the response was overwhelming.”

Watch below:

DML News App founder Dennis Michael Lynch said in a Facebook Live video Saturday morning (see below) that the shooting attack at the naval base in Pensacola, Florida is absolutely a terror attack.

“This is an act of terror by the Saudis, on U.S. soil!” Lynch said. “After what took place by the Saudis on 9/11, the fact that we’re still even dealing with these people is beyond me.”

Lynch, with the support of TeamDML, has been spreading the message that terrorists are exploiting our immigration system to enter the United States. In the second video below, retired U.S. Border Patrol Agent Chris Harris explains one way they are doing this.

Saudi nationals coming to U.S. through Mexican border

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Chris Harris (now retired) gives exclusive interview to filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch in a scene from "They Come To America IV." Harris reveals chilling details of Saudi nationals coming into the U.S. illegally across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Posted by Dennis Michael Lynch on Friday, December 6, 2019

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