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US Army soldier dies in non-combat incident in Jordan

Spc. Nick Bravo Regules, 20, died in a non-combat incident in Jordan on June 23, 2020. (U.S. Army/Released)
June 25, 2020

A U.S. Army soldier died in Jordan on Tuesday in a non-combat incident, the Department of Defense confirmed late Wednesday.

The soldier was identified as Spc. Nick Bravo-Regules, 20, who was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 11th ADA Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas.

No details surrounding Bravo-Regules’ death were provided. The incident is currently under investigation.

Bravo-Regules had deployed to Jordan in support of U.S. Central Command operations, U.S. Army Central confirmed in a statement. It was his first deployment since joining the Army in May 2017.

He completed his basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. and his Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, Ga. After AIT, he was assigned to his latest unit at Fort Bliss in March 2018.

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Bravo-Regules was a 25N Nodal Network Systems Operator, which is tasked with maintenance of tactic and strategic communications networks.

The 2nd Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment deployed in February.

Jordan is a partner in the U.S.-led Coalition against terrorism and the country hosts more than 3,000 U.S. troops, according to the latest Congressional Research Service report.