It’s interesting to discover General Jack Keane using the same argument to deny soldiers their natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms when they’re on-base as the antis do off-base. Namely, it would be too damn confusing for first responders to separate the good guys from the bad guys if the good guys are armed. This flies in the face of what went down at Ft. Hood, where the first responders led all personnel out of base buildings at gunpoint – because they didn’t want to take a chance that one of the people being rescued was an active shooter. Which is how it should be. It also ignores the fact that an armed soldier stopped the killing by confronting the killer with a firearm (10-15 minutes after the attack began). Kinda reminds me about that joke about military intelligence.