Two guys in Princeton, automatic rifles in hand, have decided to stand guard outside a West Virginia Military Recruiting Center there after last week’s deadly attack in Chattanooga.

Numerous news outlets reported yesterday that the two men did not want to be identified, but didn’t mind getting their picture taken. They told the press they wanted to show their support for the military.

“They are not getting the support from the leadership, and even some citizens of America are looking down on them or cussing them,” one of the men told the Bluefield Daily Telegraph.

“We came out to show our support for our men and women in uniform.”

The men also told the paper that members of the Princeton Police Department had stopped by and actually offered their support.

They told WOWK-TV they hoped to be there all week.