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Miklaszewski: Hard to Tighten Security at Bases

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NBC News Chief Pentagon Correspondent, Jim Miklaszewski, explains how security works at most military bases, and why it would be difficult to limit the kinds of guns used at the recent shooting at Fort Hood.