Who was Brian Bourgeois and what was his cause of death? Navy Seal Training Accident Explained: The news is coming from Washington, there is a Navy SEAL Commander who has died from injuries that he got during an accident while he was training in Virginia, it has been stated by the Naval Special Warfare Command on Wednesday that Comdr. Brian Bourgeois who was at the age of 43, got injured on Saturday when he fell while past-roping down from a helicopter. The cause of his fall is under investigation as of this point in time and a Navy official said it was not clear if the rope separated from the aircraft, Bourgeois was the commanding officer of SEAL Team 8, he died on Monday at Norfolk Sentara General Hospital in Norfolk. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who was Brian Bourgeois?
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Bourgeois family – and we will ensure our community remains in support of and in relationship with Brian’s family and his children, for life,” said Rear Adm. H.W. Howard III, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command. “Brian was one of our very best leaders, who possessed all the attributes that make our force effective. We will miss his charismatic leadership and faithful stewardship of our standard. His legacy carries on in teammates he served with, led, and mentored.”
Brian Bourgeois Death Cause
The SEAL Team 8 executive officer has temporarily assumed command, “We are working with SEAL Team 8 to provide every form of support we possibly can to Brian’s family and teammates,” said Capt. Donald G. Wetherbee, commodore, Naval Special Warfare Group 2. He added, “This is a great loss to everyone who knew him. He will be greatly missed.”
Navy Seal Training Accident Explained
Bourgeois received his commission from the United States Naval Academy in the month of May in the year 2001. There are so many people who are providing a tribute to the soldier, he served the county for the longest time, his sad demise has affected a lot of people.
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