Who is Timothy Dumas? (Soldier Found Dead) Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

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The army identified the two men as Master Sergeant. The Headquarters and Headquarters Company was William J. Lavigne II of the Green Beret assigned to Army Special Operations Command, 37 and Timothy Dumas, an Army veteran who once served at Fort Bragg.

Timothy Dumas Found Dead & Investigation

According to a defense official, a foul incident is suspected in the deaths of an Army Green Beret and an Army veteran whose bodies were found on Wednesday at a training ground in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Questions about the circumstances of their deaths were raised after the base officials admitted that neither person had participated in unit training at the range.

The bodies of the two men were found at the base’s training ground Wednesday. In his first press release, Fort Bragg said his deaths were not related to unit training.

The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command is investigating the incident.

A defense official told ABC News that foul play was suspected in the deaths of both people and there were no weapons at the scene.

The investigation into the deaths of the two men is the latest high profile soldier death at Fort Bragg.

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According to a defense official, a foul incident is suspected in the deaths of an Army Green Beret and an Army veteran whose bodies were found on Wednesday at a training ground in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

The man wearing the suit and tie: Master Sergeant. William J. Lavigne II, pictured in an undated photo of the US Army, was identified as one of two deceased persons at the Fort Bragg training ground in North Carolina on December 3, 2020. © U.S. Army Master Sgt. William J. Lavigne II, seen in an undated photo of the US Army, was identified as one of two dead people at the Fort Bragg training ground in North Carolina on December 3, 2020.
Questions about the circumstances of their deaths were raised after the base officials admitted that neither person had participated in unit training at the range.

The army identified the two men as Master Sergeant. The Headquarters and Headquarters Company was William J. Lavigne II of the Green Beret assigned to Army Special Operations Command, 37 and Timothy Dumas, an Army veteran who once served at Fort Bragg.

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The bodies of the two men were found at the base’s training ground Wednesday. In his first press release, Fort Bragg said his deaths were not related to unit training.

The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command is investigating the incident.

A defense official told ABC News that foul play was suspected in the deaths of both people and there were no weapons at the scene.

The investigation into the deaths of the two men is the latest high profile soldier death at Fort Bragg.

The man wearing the suit and tie: Master Sergeant. William J. Lavigne II, pictured in an undated photo of the US Army, was identified as one of two deceased persons at the Fort Bragg training ground in North Carolina on December 3, 2020. © U.S. Army Master Sgt. William J. Lavigne II, seen in an undated photo of the US Army, was identified as one of two dead people at the Fort Bragg training ground in North Carolina on December 3, 2020.
Army criminal investigators continue to investigate the death of Specialist Enrique Roman-Martinez, a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, whose remains were found during the Memorial Day camping trip with other soldiers to the North Carolina Foreign Banks, in late May.

In a statement, Lavigne’s commander praised his service as the Green Beret.

“The loss of a Soldier is always tragic,” said Lt Col Justin Duvall, Lavinge’s company commander. “Master Sergeant. Lavigne has devoted herself to the Army for 19 years and has served several times in the defense of our Nation. We offer our condolences to her family during this difficult period,” he said.

Lavigne enrolled in the Army in 2001 and, after graduating from the Special Forces Qualification Course in 2007, was assigned to the 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), with a continuing post to the US Army Special Operations Command.

Lavigne was deployed multiple times to Afghanistan and Iraq while being appointed to the US Army Special Operations Command.

A press release from the garrison command at Fort Bragg provided a few details about Dumas.

“The second of the two people found dead in Fort Bragg on Wednesday was determined to be US Army veteran Timothy Dumas. Dumas was 44 years old and was a resident in Pinehurst, North Carolina,” he said.