Military Times: Military raises security measures at bases nationwide

The four-star commander who oversees U.S. military operations in North America ordered domestic military bases nationwide to increase their force protection measures amid heightened concern about terrorist threats.

Adm. Bill Gortney, commander of the Colorado-based U.S. Northern Command, raised military installations' force protection level to "Bravo" after months of maintaining it at "Alpha," the lowest level of security, a defense official said Friday.

More News On The Threat Level Being Raised For All U.S. Military Bases

ISIS activity prompts threat level increase at bases -- CNN
ISIS threat prompts U.S. military bases to raise security level -- CBS/AP
Pentagon raises threat level at military installations in U.S. -- Washington Times
Pentagon put on elevated alert level amid recent ISIS warnings -- FOX News
Security Level Raised At U.S. Military Bases Due To ISIS Concerns -- CBS
Pentagon raises threat level at US military bases -- The Hill
ISIS Threat To US Military: Bases Increase Security Over Islamic State, Terror -- IBTimes

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