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A soldier from SC’s Fort Bragg dies after being unresponsive in the car, officials say

FORT BRAGG, NC (WNCN) — The Fort Bragg Soldier who died after being found unresponsive in his vehicle was a 38-year-old man from Greer, South Carolina, according to a news release.

Maj. Eric “Adam” Ewoldsen was found unresponsive in his car in Fayetteville on Friday. His cause of death is under investigation, Fort Bragg officials said.

Ewoldsen was assigned to the US Army’s Special Operations Command. He joined the army in 2007 as an infantry officer. He was previously stationed at Fort Richardson, Alaska; Fort Benning, Georgia; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; and deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq on several occasions, the press release says.

“The sudden loss of Adam is a tragedy to his family, friends and comrades,” said Lt. Gen. Jonathan Braga, commanding general of the US Army’s Special Operations Command. “He was an outstanding officer and teammate and we will miss him dearly. We will mourn his passing and support his family at this difficult time.”

Ewoldsen graduated from the United States Military Academy in 2007. His awards and honors include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraw Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon and Overseas Service Ribbon.

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DUSTIN JONES

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