that tells our youth/adults to submit to the threat of gunmen? Not pointing fingers, not condemning, not judging, just wonder if we need some additional training in our schools - or maybe they are teaching passive behavior. I've noticed in many of the mass shootings - it SEEMS that there is no opposition to shooters. At least I hear of none most of the time. Is this a taught conditioning, is it just the way people react? Yes, it is easy to say I would jump to stop someone. It just seems normal if you think you are about to die that you would try to stop that from happening. The people on the 9/11 plane took action - why don't more people take action. Some do and die, like Sandy Hook but others do not. We had a shooting in a Portland mall a few years ago. A concealed carry man drew his gun, aimed, found he did not have a safe clear shot, with-drew, the shooter found a corner and killed himself.