Witnesses describe Jordan shooting that killed 3 US troops

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Witnesses describe Jordan shooting that killed 3 US troops

This Nov. 2016 photo shows a tribute from the Ice House drive-thru liquor store in Houston, Texas to 27-year-old Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty, who died along with two other Green Berets in a Jordanian air base on Nov. 4, 2016 in circumstances that remain unclear. (AP photo courtesy of James Moriarty)
This 2017 photo shows the tombstone in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia of 27-year-old Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty of Houston, Texas, who died along with two other Green Berets in a Jordanian air base on Nov. 4, 2016 in circumstances that remain unclear. (AP photo courtesy of James Moriarty)
In this fall of 2013 photo, 27-year-old Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty of Kerrville, Texas, poses after graduating from special forces training in the U.S. Army Green Beret. Moriarty was one of three American soldiers killed in a Jordanian air base on November 4, 2016 in circumstances that remain unclear. (AP photo courtesy of James Moriarty)
In this June 17, 2017 photo, James Moriarty, 70, sits for an interview about the death and trial of his son, fallen U.S. Green Beret Kevin McEnroe, in Amman, Jordan. Both Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty, fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base, are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
In this June 17, 2017 photo, Brian McEnroe sits for an interview about the death and trial of his son, fallen U.S. Green Beret Kevin McEnroe, in Amman, Jordan. Both Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty, fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base, are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
This June 17, 2017 photo shows a dog tag made in memorial of fallen U.S. Green Beret Kevin McEnroe worn by his father Brian in Amman, Jordan. Both Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty, fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base, are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. group. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
James Moriarty, right, and Brian McEnroe, center, talk with a U.S. government official before attending the trial of their sons' accused murderer in Amman, Jordan on Sun. June 18, 2017. The fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
Men line up outside the Jordan state security court in Amman, Jordan on Sun. June 18, 2017. The fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base are attending the latest hearing in the trial of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty traveled to Amman to attend Sunday's hearing in a state security court. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)

Witnesses describe Jordan shooting that killed 3 US troops

This Nov. 2016 photo shows a tribute from the Ice House drive-thru liquor store in Houston, Texas to 27-year-old Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty, who died along with two other Green Berets in a Jordanian air base on Nov. 4, 2016 in circumstances that remain unclear. (AP photo courtesy of James Moriarty)
This 2017 photo shows the tombstone in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia of 27-year-old Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty of Houston, Texas, who died along with two other Green Berets in a Jordanian air base on Nov. 4, 2016 in circumstances that remain unclear. (AP photo courtesy of James Moriarty)
In this fall of 2013 photo, 27-year-old Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty of Kerrville, Texas, poses after graduating from special forces training in the U.S. Army Green Beret. Moriarty was one of three American soldiers killed in a Jordanian air base on November 4, 2016 in circumstances that remain unclear. (AP photo courtesy of James Moriarty)
In this June 17, 2017 photo, James Moriarty, 70, sits for an interview about the death and trial of his son, fallen U.S. Green Beret Kevin McEnroe, in Amman, Jordan. Both Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty, fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base, are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
In this June 17, 2017 photo, Brian McEnroe sits for an interview about the death and trial of his son, fallen U.S. Green Beret Kevin McEnroe, in Amman, Jordan. Both Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty, fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base, are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
This June 17, 2017 photo shows a dog tag made in memorial of fallen U.S. Green Beret Kevin McEnroe worn by his father Brian in Amman, Jordan. Both Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty, fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base, are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. group. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
James Moriarty, right, and Brian McEnroe, center, talk with a U.S. government official before attending the trial of their sons' accused murderer in Amman, Jordan on Sun. June 18, 2017. The fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base are attending the latest hearing in the trial here of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
Men line up outside the Jordan state security court in Amman, Jordan on Sun. June 18, 2017. The fathers of two of the three American soldiers who were shot dead at a Jordanian military base are attending the latest hearing in the trial of the Jordanian serviceman accused of killing them. Brian McEnroe and James Moriarty traveled to Amman to attend Sunday's hearing in a state security court. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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