The move follows a host of new restrictions placed on foreign troops, including limiting their access to bases.
Qassim al-Rimi is believed to have died as a result of the attack but his death has not been confirmed.
Some 850 Saudi students were subject to additional screenings after a deadly mass shooting.
It's perhaps unsurprising that the dominant themes have been turnover and conflict -- internal as well as external.
About a "dozen or so" Saudi nationals are under the control of the FBI amid an ongoing investigation, DefSec Esper said.
The Pentagon has paused its training in the U.S. with Saudi nationals until officials conduct a thorough review.
A safety stand-down and operational pause began Monday for some 175 Saudi Arabian students at Naval Air Stations Pensacola.
His remarks come after a Saudi officer trainee killed three sailors in a Pensacola classroom building.
"[Do I] have reservations about sending Marines or service members to other countries [like] Saudi Arabia? No, not at all."
Lawmakers called on Defense Secretary Mark Esper to clarify the Pentagon's plans.
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