He was fatally shot by the Navy Air Station security personnel who immediately responded to the shooting said the officials.
A sailor is dead and another in the hospital following a shooting inside Naval Air Station Oceana Friday Morning.
They say the female sailor was taken to the Virginia Beach General Hospital, reportedly with multiple gunshot wounds that aren't enough to become life-threatening.
The base was locked down for a short time Friday, and Naval Criminal Investigative Service is investigating.
The shooter, a man, was shot and killed by NAS Security officers.
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The shooting was an "isolated domestic incident" in a hangar parking lot, Capt. Chad Vincelette said.
The victim and the gunman were both enlisted sailors assigned to VFA-37.
'The base has a no weapons policy, ' the commanding officer noted. We do random and periodic inspections for prohibited items.
The reason for the shooting is unknown and now being investigated by Naval Criminal Investigative Service. 'How the sailor was able to get the weapon on base is part of the ongoing investigation'. "My heart goes out to the victim, and I hope she makes a speedy recovery".