Pfc. Asia M. Graham, 19, from Cherryville, North Carolina, was first discovered unresponsive and later pronounced lifeless by Fort Bliss personnel.
FORT BLISS, Texas — An investigation is underway after a younger Fort Bliss soldier was discovered lifeless in her barracks room on New 12 months’s Eve.
Pfc. Asia M. Graham, 19, from Cherryville, North Carolina, was first discovered unresponsive and later pronounced lifeless by Fort Bliss Division of Emergency Companies personnel, in response to officers.
Particulars surrounding her dying are restricted at the moment.
Graham, a soldier assigned to the first Armored Division, was a Human Useful resource Specialist who joined the U.S. Military in July 2019 from Charlotte. Fort Bliss was her first obligation station.
Graham arrived to Fort Bliss in December 2019 after finishing Fundamental Fight Coaching at Fort Leonard Wooden, Missouri and Superior Particular person Coaching at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. She was assigned to the 1-501st Assault Battalion, 1st Armored Division Fight Aviation Brigade.
“The Iron Eagle crew is deeply saddened by the lack of our buddy and teammate. We ship our deepest condolences and prayers to her associates and family members,” stated Col. Geoffrey Whittenberg, 1st Armored Division Fight Aviation Brigade commander.
“Pfc. Graham was a valued member of the Iron Eagle crew and did an excellent job for this Battalion. Her loss is felt not simply in our formations however throughout the Military. We misplaced a talented human useful resource specialist who needed nothing greater than to serve her nation and her battle buddies.” Whittenberg added.
Graham’s awards and decorations embrace the Nationwide Protection Service Medal, International Battle on Terrorism Service Medal, and Military Service Ribbon.