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Two Army commands responsible for training soldiers will assess whether changes are needed in the wake of a fatal vehicle accident, the service's top civilian leader said.

Officials with Army Forces Command and Army Training and Doctrine Command will review training protocols after three soldiers were killed in Georgia when their Bradley Fighting Vehicle fell from a bridge and landed upside down in a stream on Sunday.

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From left to right: Pfc. Antonio Gilbert Garcia, 21, of Phoenix, Arizona; Cpl. Thomas Cole Walker, 22, of Conneaut, Ohio; and Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Andrew Jenkins, 41, of Gainesville, Florida (U.S. Army/Facebook)

CONNEAUT, Ohio — The U.S. military has identified a man from Conneaut, Ohio was one of three U.S. Army soldiers killed in a training accident early Sunday morning in Georgia.

Cpl. Thomas Cole Walker, 22, was in an armored vehicle when it rolled off a bridge and submerged upside down in a stream at 3:20 a.m. at Fort Stewart, according to Stars and Stripes. Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Andrew Jenkins, 41, of Gainesville, Florida, and Pfc. Antonio Gilbert Garcia, 21, of Phoenix, Arizona, also died in the accident.

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Soldiers from the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division in their Bradley Fighting Vehicle during Marne Focus at Fort Stewart, Ga. during the week of Oct. 14, 2019 (U.S. Army photo)

Three soldiers were killed and another three injured when their Bradley Fighting Vehicle rolled over during a training exercise at Fort Stewart in Georgia on Sunday morning, Army officials announced.

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U.S. Army Spc. Tevin Biles-Thomas (Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office)

U.S. Army Spc. Tevin Biles-Thomas, the brother of Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles and an active duty soldier, was arrested on Thursday over a New Year's Eve shooting in which three people were killed and two were injured.

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(Facebook/Berrien County Sheriff's Department)

BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. -- The man charged in the death of his lover's husband, a U.S. Army sergeant, pleaded guilty this week to murder.

Jeremy Cuellar will face prison time for the death of U.S. Army Sgt. Tyrone Hassel III, 23, after pleading guilty to second-degree murder Monday, July 29, Berrien County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Steve Pierangeli said.

Cuellar and Kemia Hassel, the victim's wife, were both charged with murder for their roles in Hassel's killing. A police investigation into the sergeant's death revealed an affair and a plot to kill the husband.

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Jeremy Cuellar, left, and Kemia Hassel face life in prison if convicted of murdering Army Sgt. Tyrone Hassel III in Berrien County Dec. 31, 2018. (Courtesy of Berrien County Sheriff's Dept.)

BERRIEN COUNTY, MI -- The wife of an Army sergeant killed in December admitted that she planned his killing together with another man, communicating on Snapchat in an attempt to hide their communications, according to statements she made to police.

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