1 soldier dead, 7 injured in Fort Bragg training incident

The cause of death for 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts is under investigation, Fort Bragg officials said in a press release.
1:23 | 09/15/17

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The tragic explosion occurred at a firing range in Fort Bragg North Carolina. A group of green berets in training doing it demolition exercise. When an explosive device detonated. 32 year old staff sergeant Alexander Daoud of constable who was killed seven others injured. His neighbors back home taking the news real bad and he went north to. The military were extremely proud. That he was there to serve and protect us. And and are contrary and this is devastating Dolly that's parents Paul and Diane asking for privacy tonight but releasing a statement saying. Alexander was serving his country proudly for the best of reasons he was a happy as he'd ever been serving his country courageously is my son's legacy. It's just tragic. The is nice kid. Bose wave down when he went by waved at me. It's just. Tragic situation Sargent dollars and listed in 2006. In special ops. His father says valley that was due to finish up his green beret training this week. Married with a new fourteen month old child he and his wife Becky probably a military family. It came to him as he was maturing in making decisions and forgets his his his heart missile was. In the human in the military and surface of our country.

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