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Warrant Officer 2 Lee M. Smith, of Arlington, Texas was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve

Warrant Officer 2 Lee M. Smith, of Arlington, Texas was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. — A soldier with the 101st Airborne Division has died in Iraq from what the Department of Defense says were injuries sustained during a non-combat-related incident. The Department of Defense said in a news release Sunday that 35-year-old Chief Warrant Officer 2 Lee M. Smith, of Arlington, Texas, died Nov. 11 at Camp Taji. Smith was assigned to the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade at Fort Campbell. He was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve, a combined joint task force focused on combating the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. The incident is under investigation. Further details haven't been released.

Full article: https://www.stripes.com/news/middle-east/101st-airborne-s...

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