US soldier killed in Afghanistan helicopter crash identified

The Army warrant officer who died after a helicopter crashed in Afghanistan was a decorated veteran of numerous military tours who was born in Oklahoma and was currently living in Alaska, the Pentagon said in a statement.
0:43 | 10/30/17

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Pentagon has released the name of an army soldier killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Friday. 36 year old Jacob Sims of Alaska had completed tours in Kosovo and Iraq. Before serving in Afghanistan. Six other crew members were injured in that crash the Pentagon isn't providing details other than to say that the crash was not caused by enemy fire. Into Navy SEALs are under investigation in the death of a green beret in the African nation of Mali. Army staff sergeant Logan now there was found dead back in June in embassy housing that he shared with other special ops forces. Officials believe he may have been strangled the two seals are from the elite seal team six unit that killed Osama bin Laden. They've been placed on administrative leave but no charges have been filed.

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