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On Monday, September 16, a gunman walked into the Washington Navy Yard and killed 12 people, before being shot and killed by police. The rampage, which drew a massive response from local and federal law enforcement, was the single biggest mass casualty incident in the District since 1982.

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Annandale Family Remembers Martin Bodrog, Killed During Navy Yard Shooting

Families around the D.C. area are grieving for loved ones lost in the tragic mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.


'I Miss Her Already': Profiles Of The Navy Yard Victims Emerge

The 12 victims of the Navy Yard shootings that brought panic and tragedy to a corner of Washington, D.C., on Monday morning are in many people's thoughts Tuesday, as their names and other information emerge. We'll collect what we know about the victims here.

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Navy Yard Shooter May Have Suffered From Mental Issues

Aaron Alexis had been suffering a host of serious mental issues, including paranoia and a sleep disorder.

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Three Injured In Navy Yard Shooting Expected To Survive

Three victims of the Navy Yard shooting were treated for gunshot wounds at Washington Hospital Center and are expected to survive.
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On Day After Shooting, Navy Yard Remains Closed

Navy officials have said that the Navy Yard will remain closed today, with the exception of emergency responders and essential personnel.
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In Wake Of Navy Yard Shooting, Some Look To Legislators For Answers, Others To Faith

Witnesses to the Navy Yard shooting that killed 12 people struggled to come to terms with what happened, and for as many that looked to Capitol Hill for answers, others looked higher up.
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Witnesses Of Navy Yard Shooting Recall Scene Of Disbelief, Chaos

Witnesses to Monday's Navy Yard shooting that left 12 victims and the shooter dead describe a scene of disbelief, and then chaos, when the gunman opened fire in Building 197.
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Witness To Navy Yard Shooting Describes 'Surreal' Experience

Long-time Navy Yard engineer Doug Hughes describes the harrowing experience of hiding in place during the shooting that claimed 13 lives on Monday.


'A Sense Of Panic,' Says Witness To Navy Yard Shooting

Two people describe escaping a building as a gunman with a rifle shot at them from down the hall.


Washington Navy Yard, Site Of Shooting, Has Long History

Located on the banks of the Anacostia River and near the Washington Nationals ballpark in southeast D.C., it is the U.S. Navy's oldest shore facility. Today, it employs about 3,000 people and is home to the command that oversees ship construction, as well as the Judge Advocate General's Corps.