- Saudi military student Mohammed Saeed al-Shamrani, 21, killed three people and injured 12 when he opened fire at Navy Station Pensacola on Friday.
- Another Saudi student allegedly videotaped the attack, while two others watched from a nearby car.
- The FBI have detained 10 Saudi students for questioning, but are still searching for 'several' others who have not been seen since the attack .
- Air Force bases have been ordered to increase their security as of Saturday evening.
- Al-Shamrani and three fellow Saudi students traveled to NYC just days before the attack, and investigators are now hunting anyone they may have met with.
- Officials have not yet deemed the shooting as 'terrorism', but FBI terrorism investigators are on the scene in Pensacola .
- Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23, Mohammed Haitham, 19, and Cameron Scott Walters, 21, have been named as the three victims of the attack.
Military bases across the United States have been put on high alert in the wake of Friday's mass shooting at Navy Station Pensacola.
US Northern Command, also known as NORTHCOM, sent out an advisory calling for an increase in security checks on Saturday night, according to Fox News.
It comes as FBI continues to hunt for several Saudi military students from Pensacola, who have seemingly vanished in the wake of Friday's attack.
Fellow Saudi Mohammed Saeed al-Shamrani, 21, killed three and wounded 12 others at the base before he was shot dead by police.