Air Force leader's spouse opened fire during Andrews breach


The air force's top enlisted leader says she and her husband are safe after an intruder breached joint base Andrews. The base outside Washington says that on Monday an intruder breached the base and reached the home of the air force's chief master sergeant, the air base says her husband opened fire on the intruder and security forces arrived to apprehend the person. Chief master sergeant Joanne bass confirmed in a statement that an intruder had reached her home, but that she and her husband are okay. Joint base Andrews is the home to the fleet of blue and white presidential aircraft, including Air Force One, and February 2021 a man got through the military checkpoint on to the installation than through additional fenced secure areas to gain access to the flight line and he climbed into a C 40 aircraft, Donna water Washington

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