Photos: The Day After The Navy Yard Shooting By editor • Sep 17, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 10 A Navy Yard employee brings flowers to an anchor outside the scene of the shooting. Jacquelyn Martin AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 10 The flag flies at half-staff above the White House. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 3 of 10 Brittany Carter (left) and Jibri Johnson of Bowie, Md., and Bryan Beard of Washington attend a candlelight vigil for the victims, at Freedom Plaza on Monday night. The vigil was organized by Project End Gun Violence. Andrew Harnik The Washington Times/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 4 of 10 Family and friends wait to meet staff of the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters on Monday. Employees were told to shelter in place for most of the day. Jacquelyn Martin AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 5 of 10 District police officers monitor the crime scene at the Naval Yard. There were reports Monday of additional gunmen, but investigators now believe Alexis acted alone. Kevin Dietsch UPI/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 6 of 10 A member of the U.S. Navy plays taps during the wreath-laying ceremony. Drew Angerer Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 7 of 10 Chief of Naval Operations Jonathan Greenert (left), Navy Secretary Ray Maybus, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Sandy Winnfeld, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel participate in wreath-laying ceremony to honor the shooting victims, at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. Drew Angerer Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 8 of 10 An officer from the Department of Defense stands guard near the gate at the Washington Navy Yard, which was closed to all but essential personnel on Tuesday. Jacquelyn Martin AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 9 of 10 Officials say Aaron Alexis, an IT employee with a defense contractor, used a valid pass to get into the Washington Navy Yard building where he opened fire Monday, killing 12 people. Alexis is seen here in an undated handout photo. Courtesy of Kristi Suthamtewakul AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 10 of 10 A Navy Yard employee brings flowers to an anchor outside the Washington Navy Yard on Tuesday, a day after a mass shooting left 12 people dead, as well as the gunman. Jacquelyn Martin AP Originally published on September 17, 2013 8:07 pm A photo gallery of the day after the deadly shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.