Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham (Pensacola Shooting Victim) Bio, Wiki, Age, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Mohammed Haitham Bio, Wiki

Mohammed Haitham Complete family name is Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham. He is identified as the victim of the Pensacola Shooting. Mohammed Haitham was a track and field star at Lakewood, known for his long legs, big smile, and good high jump scores.

Mohammed Haitham Age

He was 19 years old.

Mohammed Haitham Early Life, Education, Career

After graduating in 2018 Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham joined the U.S. Navy. He went through boot camp and recently was assigned to flight crew training in Florida. When he surprised his family in St. Petersburg by showing up for Thanksgiving, the 19-year-old didn’t look like a teenager any more.
Haitham’s mother, Evelyn Brady, told the Tampa Bay Times that her son joined the U.S. Navy after graduating from high school last year. The former track and field star had been assigned to flight crew training and was looking forward to graduating from the program later this month, she said.
On Sunday, Haitham’s high school principal spoke to the media. You can watch the full press conference below:

Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham Dies in Pensacola Shooting

The shooting took place on Friday morning when an aviation student from Saudi Arabia opened the fire in a classroom, killing three people and injuring eight others. The shooting, which caused a massive police reaction and blockade of the base, ended when the sheriff’s assistant killed the shooter.
The FBI did not disclose the name of the attacker, but the Associated Press, citing anonymous government sources, said it was Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, a lieutenant in the Saudi Arabian Air Force. The AP reported that the authorities were investigating whether the attack was related to terrorism, and they also examined the tweets they might have sent to summarize what the author called the United States hatred for crimes against Muslims.
The Pensacola News Journal identified another victim as Joshua Kaleb Watson. He contacted the base in Pensacola only two weeks ago and dreamed of becoming a Marine Pilot. He was shot several times, but he could tell the policeman where the shooter was before he died.
When Haitham made his surprise visit to his family last month, his mother said that he had enjoyed serving in the Navy and that he wanted to complete the flight training program on December 19th.