Army Pfc. Glendon Oakley Jr. was busy shopping at the sports goods store in El Paso, Texas and completely unaware of the chaos that unfolded on the fateful day. Just as he did, he pulled his gun.

A 22-year-old Army automated logistics specialist assigned to the 504th Composite Supply Company, 142nd Combat Support Sustainment Battalion, 1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade at Fort Bliss, Texas, Oakley was shopping for sports goods when a young child burst inside the store shouting about the active shooter at the nearby Walmart.

“The guy at the register and I sort of looked at each other,” Oakley told Task & Purpose in a phone interview on Saturday. “He’s a little kid … are you going to believe him?”Click Here: Real bape hoodie