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Fort Sill Identifies Soldier Found Dead Sunday

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Fort Sill, the U.S. Army installation in Comanche County, has released the identity of the soldier found dead in an off-post residence Sunday.

Staff Sgt. Logan Carter of the 75th Field Artillery Brigade was an active duty service member at the time of his death, according to a release from the Army post.

“We are tremendously saddened by the loss of one of our teammates. The entire Fort Sill team sends our deepest condolences to Staff Sergeant Carter’s family, friends and Fires teammates,” said Maj. Gen Ken Kamper, Commanding General of Fort Sill, in a statement.

The Army says an investigation into cause of death is underway, but that it was not related to COVID-19 or any training exercise.

Carter, who was 27, is the third soldier the installation has announced to have been found dead since July.

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