A soldier stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, was found dead over the weekend behind a barracks, in line with native media experiences, including to the rash of deaths and disappearances of troopers assigned to the embattled navy put up. 

The soldier was found unresponsive on Saturday and was later pronounced dead, KWTV-TV reported. The dying is below investigation. The soldier was not recognized, however the news outlet reported they had been assigned to the Army’s 1st Cavalry Division.

Fox News has reached out to Army officers. 

News of the deceased service member comes because the navy set up is grappling with dozens of deaths and disappearances involving a quantity of service members assigned to the bottom lately, which is situated simply exterior Killeen, Texas. 

Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, commanding basic of III Corps and Fort Hood, speaks with the press exterior of an entrance to the Fort Hood navy base following a capturing that occurred inside on April 2, 2014 in Fort Hood, TX. A soldier assigned to the navy set up was found dead close to a barracks over the weekend. . (AP Photo/ Tamir Kalifa)
(The Associated Press)

A lacking Fort Hood soldier was lately found secure after failing to report for responsibility on Oct. 7, the Army mentioned. Pfc. Jennifer Sewell, who’s assigned to the 3d Cavalry Regiment, returned to Texas on Tuesday after her household instructed Army officers over the weekend that she was secure.

Most notably, Spc. Vanessa Guillen vanished in April 2020 and was later found dead. She was bludgeoned to dying with a hammer and then dismembered, authorities mentioned. When authorities tried to arrest the suspected killer, Spc. Aaron Robinson, he took his personal life. 

Her dying spurred an investigation into Fort Hood’s command tradition and the sample of sexual assault, harassment and suicides on the navy set up. A quantity of commanders and lower-level leaders had been relieved or suspended because of this of the probe. 

Last week, base officers unveiled the People First Center, which can present sources to troopers who’re victims of sexual assault or are fascinated with suicide. 

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