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Aaron Alexis, whom the FBI says was responsible for the shootings at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., is shown in this handout photo released by the FBI.
March 18, 2014 The report found that the Navy did not properly evaluate and report the gunman's behavior before the rampage, which left 12 dead last September.
Surveillance camera video of Aaron Alexis, a contractor who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard on Sept. 16, 2013. Alexis was one of thousands of individuals cleared by the firm known as USIS.
January 23, 2014 Justice says U.S. Investigations Services, the company that cleared both the NSA leaker and Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis, expedited hundreds of thousands of cases that weren't properly reviewed.
Alexis moves through the hallways of Building #197 carrying the Remington 870 shotgun.
September 25, 2013 The FBI released its preliminary findings in its investigation of the Navy Yard shootings that left 13 people dead including the shooter. Aaron Alexis said he committed the massacre because he was being attacked by electromagnetic waves.
The FBI is asking the public to help fill in the profile of Aaron Alexis.
September 17, 2013 Friends and family are shocked that he's said to have killed 12 people Monday at the Washington Navy Yard. Was Alexis a gentle man who studied Buddhism? Or a violent man prone to outbursts? The suspected killer's past points to both.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth arrive at the Washington Navy Yard on June 9, 1939, to join President Franklin Roosevelt on a cruise down the Potomac River to Mount Vernon, Va.
September 16, 2013 Located on the banks of the Anacostia River and near the Washington Nationals ballpark in southeast D.C., it is the U.S. Navy's oldest shore facility. Today, it employs thousands of people and is home to the command that oversees ship construction, as well as the Judge Advocate General's Corps.
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