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U.S. Soldier Died During Training Accident at Fort Carson

There is heartbreaking news coming out of Fort Carson in Colorado: A U.S. Army soldier has passed away following a training accident. The death occurred around 2:30 AM today.

Here is more information via Breaking911.com:

“Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this tragedy,” the installation said in a statement.

The identity of the soldier was not immediately made public.

The Gazette has more information regarding the accident:

But The Gazette confirmed that the incident took place about 2:30 a.m. on range 155, a training area on the post’s southeast corner that is used for large- scale training events involving armored vehicles, infantry, artillery and aircraft.

The Federal Aviation Administration, in a warning to airmen, confirmed training planned on that range Wednesday, noting that ground troops would be training alongside the post’s AH-64 Apache attack helicopters in “live-fire” maneuvers.

President Trump has just announced that more troops will be sent to Afghanistan. This is tragic news for our armed forces, at a time when they need moral support for the dangerous mission they’re about to undertake.

Let’s pray for this soldier’s family at this difficult time.

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