William J. Lavigne Wiki – William J. Lavigne Biography
Master Sergeant. William J. Lavigne II, 37, was found dead with another man at a training ground in Fort Bragg on Wednesday, December 2, 2020. The second man, whose name was not disclosed, was an army veteran previously stationed at the North Carolina military base.
In a mysterious case where the military has yet to reveal the cause of death, two bodies were found at a Fort Bragg training ground in North Carolina.
However, the identity of one of the dead men was announced as Master Sergeant. William J. Lavigne II.
William J. Lavigne Age
He wa s37 years old.
William J. Lavigne Education
Recruited in 2001, Lavigne graduated from the Special Forces Qualification Course and was assigned to Airborne, the 1st Special Forces Group, according to army officials. He was later appointed to the Special Operations Command but was posted abroad several times.
The Army’s release outlined the many awards that Lavigne has received.
“He graduated from the Basic, Advanced, and Senior Leader courses; U.S. Army Basic Airborne Course; U.S. Army Jumpmaster Course; Military Free Fall Parachutist Course; Military Free Fall Parachutist Jump Master Course; Special Forces Intelligence Course; Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape School; Tagalog Special Operations Language Course; and the Special Forces Qualification Course,” says the release.
William J. Lavigne Career
Lavigne, 37, enrolled in the Army in 2001. “In 2007, he graduated from the Special Forces Qualification Course and was subsequently appointed to the US Army Special Operations Command and was appointed to the 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne). “Lavigne was deployed multiple times to Afghanistan and Iraq to support the Global War on Terrorism while being appointed to the US Army Special Operations Command.”
“While Lavigne was appointed to the US Army Special Operations Command, she was deployed several times to Afghanistan and Iraq to support the Global War on Terrorism.”
William J. Lavigne Dead
According to a press release issued by the US Army, Lavigne has been appointed to the US Army Special Operations Command Headquarters and Headquarters Company. “He is one of two people who died in the Fort Bragg training ground Wednesday afternoon,” the statement said.
“The second person was a veteran who had previously served at Fort Bragg,” says the publication, but does not name the second man.
The military gave almost no details about their discovery, except to say that the bodies were found at a training ground. The release of the army says, “The investigation by the US Army Criminal Investigation Command is ongoing and no further information will be given at the moment. The Army Times reported that the bodies were found on Wednesday, December 2nd, and the military said the deaths were not related to any formal training exercises.