New details about Army Ranger killed by bullet during training surface

New details concerning the US Army Ranger who was recently killed have emerged, including buring a fellow Ranger only months ago.

Specialist Devin Kuhn, a member of the 75th Ranger Regiment who was reportedly killed during a training exercise in Oregon last week, had served as a pallbearer for fellow Ranger Randy Shockley, who died several days after a car accident in November of last year.

(Credit: Ray Shockey)

Kuhn was thought highly of by Shockley’s father, Ray Shockley, who identified the Ranger’s role in his son’s funeral.

“Devin Kuhn was killed in a training accident he was one of my son’s pallbearers,” he wrote online.  “Let’s pray for his new wife and his loving parents.”

Kuhn was reportedly killed in an unintentional shooting in the housing area at Camp Rilea, a training center for the Oregon National Guard.

According to KGW news, Kuhn’s sister, Sara Kuhn, confired that he was killed by a bullet fired by somebody else.

She also said the US Army investigation concerning the incident is still underway (as loaded firearms were not permitted in the housing area) and as such, the family does not know when they will be able to lay their loved one to rest.

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