The U.S. military has identified two soldiers killed in a car crash in Alaska

The U.S. military has found two young soldiers killed in a horrific four-vehicle crash in Anchorage, Alaska last week.

Spc. Wyne Lyndon Jacob Abonita, 22, Yokosuka, Japan և Pvt. Walsin David Tate Jr., 23, of New Orleans, was the second paratrooper to die in a collision on May 13, the U.S. military said.

Both were members of the 2nd Battalion, 377th Parachute Field Artillery Regiment, and came to Alaska from their respective bases in 2019.

“It was a tragic situation, the whole battalion is mourning the loss of our two paratroopers,” said Regiment Commander Lieutenant Colonel Dustin Blair. it is said in the announcement.

Both were valuable members of the US Army, receiving National Defense Service Medal, World Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and parachute badge.

Spc. Wayne Lyndon Jacob Abonita is based at the Elmendorf-Richardson Joint Base with Walsin David Tate Jr.
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Spc. Wayne Lyndon Jacob Abonita was awarded the Army Medal of Good Conduct, Stars և lines reports.

They were both based at the Elmendorf-Richardson Joint Base in Anchorage.

Another four people were injured in the crash, Anchorage police said announcement:. Minutes after the crash, two paratroopers died at the scene, and two wounded soldiers were taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

One of the soldiers was discharged from the hospital on Saturday. No arrests the police said.

Pvt.  Walsin David Tate Jr. was from the 2nd Battalion; he came to Alaska from their respective bases in 2019.
Pvt. Walsin David Tate Jr. was from the 2nd Battalion; he came to Alaska from their respective bases in 2019.
US Army

Police said Abonita և Tate was traveling on the highway when their car ան a nearby car lost control and veered off the opposite road. Then one of the cars crashed into a tree, injuring “these two soldiers.”

U.S. Army officials և Anchorage police did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Post.

The incident took place after the American soldier was tragic killed a bear in the same state earlier this month.

Chief of Army Staff Seth Michael Plant, 30, It turned out that the soldier who died of his injuries during a bear attack on May 10 in the remote training area of ​​the Elmendorf-Richardson joint base.

The 21-year-old landed in New York State last month died while jumping from a helicopter during the training exercise.

Spc. Abigail Jenks was jumping from Gansworth on a UH-60 Blackhawk in Fort Bragg, North Carolina on Monday when she was fatally injured. said the military.


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