Travis Air Force Base in Solano County, Calif., was reported to be under lockdown Wednesday afternoon due to a “real world security incident.”

A local news outlet reported earlier in the day that the base would be conducting a two-day security drill, and that residents in the area would hear an increase in notifications and alarms.

However, follow-up reports say this incident was not related to the security drill.

A notice on the base’s Facebook page made note of the “real world” incident.

Despite accounts of an active shooter on the base, a follow-up Facebook post relayed that “no shooter was found” and that the lockdown had been lifted.

There was enough time during the confusion, though, to squeeze in a few tweets about a mass shooting at the base and the need for gun control.

The NRA? It’s a military base.