Army ID’s soldier killed in Jordan, death under investigation

Spc. Nick Bravo-Regules' non-combat-related death on Tuesday is under investigation, U.S. Army said. Photo courtesy of U.S. Army

A Florida man serving in the US Army was killed in a non-combat incident in Jordan, according to US Army officials.

Spc. Nick Bravo-Regules, a 20-year-old Largo native, was killed on a non-combat deployment within the CENTCOM Area of Operations (AO).

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 11th ADA Brigade out of  Fort Bliss, Texas, Bravo-Regules was working as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the long-running campaign to defeat ISIS.

According to UPI, the incident that led to his death is under investigation.

The young Specialist went to MEPS in Tampa and began serving in 2017, training to maintain communications networks before being assigned to Fort Bliss.

His awards include the National Defense Service Medal and the Army Good Conduct Medal.

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