Results of autopsy of Army Captain killed at Pulse nightclub released

U.S. Army Reserve Captain Antonio Brown (Facebook)

A US Army Reserve Captain who became a victim of the terrorist attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando has had his autopsy report released.

30-year-old Captain Antonio Brown of the US Army Reserve -and had attended ROTC during college in Titusville, Florida after graduating from Space Coast High-had previously done a deployment to Kuwait, with his unit being attached to the 1st Infantry Division.

Brown worked in Human Resources for the US Army Reserves and was promoted to Captain in March of 2012.

According to FOX35, the medical examiner reports that Brown was identified by his military ID and had been shot in the back.

Brown’s civilian employer was Lowes in Seminole County. “He had such an outgoing personality you couldn’t help but like him when you met him, it was just so unexpected,” friend Silas Mullins said.   His wife, Barbara added that “He was always smiling, good kid. Used to walk our granddaughter to school.”

The Mullins family said that Brown was a great man and would be missed.

“I think all the guys that fought for this country are heroes, especially Tony,” Mr. Mullins said. “He could have had any job he wanted.  He’s just a terrific guy, and I think he’s one of the world’s heroes.”

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