The Coast Guard released the names of the two victims in Thursday's shooting incident at the Coast Guard communications station.
The victims were identified as Coast Guard Petty Officer 1st Class James Hopkins and Richard Belisle. Hopkins was an electronics technician for the Coast Guard, and Belisle was a civilian employee and a retired Coast Guard chief petty officer.
"As an organization with roots in saving lives and a focus on protecting people, this tragic event has shocked us all," said Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo, commander, 17th Coast Guard District, in a press release. "My thoughts and prayers are with the victim's families, their loved ones, and the entire Kodiak community."
The Coast Guard has a team of crisis response personnel assisting the victims' families and other Coast Guard employees.
"Our Coast Guard team from across the nation has been extremely supportive and we have sent a number of crisis response personnel and resources to Kodiak to assist the victim's families, friends and coworkers as they cope with this tragedy," said Ostebo.
The FBI continues to work with the Coast Guard Investigative Service and Alaska State Troopers in the investigation.
"We're treating this as a double homicide," FBI Special Agent Eric Gonzales said. "No arrests have been made yet."