Nightly News   |  December 21, 2014

Soldier shooting called 'worst non-combat death'

May 11: An American soldier in Iraq is in custody after allegedly shooting five of his fellow soldiers to death and wounding three more in what was called one of the worst non-combat deaths for U.S. forces since the war in Iraq began. NBC News military analyst and Medal of Honor recipient, Col. Jack Jacobs reports.

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