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Two Shooters fire on Jade Helm Training Site

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Published on: August 4, 2015

We have reported many times on Jade Helm and why Americans she could a sharp eye out on the operation. However, there apparently has been a shooting, which involved two suspect on a Jade Helm training site, Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

WDAM reports:

Perry County deputies confirmed the shots were fired around 12:10 p.m. on a group of soldiers training in the area.

Perry County Sheriff Jimmy Dale Smith said that there were no injuries reported.

A vehicle matching the description of the two suspect’s truck was found near New Augusta off Old Augusta Road. The suspects were driving a red Ford Ranger with the words “broken arrow” on the windshield. Two men are being questioned by MHP at The Perry County Sheriff’s Department. They are not under arrest, or being charged at this time.

WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Two white males are alleged to have been the shooters, who fired from their vehicle before fleeing. This has not been confirmed to be true yet.

This is the first attempt to shoot at military personnel regarding Jade Helm, an operation which is being conducted through September 2015. However, just weeks ago an Islamic jihadist opened fire on military recruitment centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

If you have information on the shooting, you are encouraged to call Perry County law enforcement at 601-964-8461.

For more on Jade Helm exercises, we invite you to read our previous articles on the operation by clicking here.

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