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FORT IRWIN — The Nevada National Guard on Friday released the names of those involved in Tuesday's tank rollover accident at the National Training Center.

Staff Sgt. David W. Gallagher, 51, of Las Vegas, died after the Abrams M1A1 tank in which he and three other soldiers were traveling rolled over.

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A senior airman stationed at South Carolina's Shaw Air Force Base died Saturday — the third death of a Shaw airman in two weeks, according to officials.

Senior Airman Aaron Hall, 30, died Saturday morning from health complications at Prisma Health Richland Hospital in Columbia, according to a release Sunday morning from Shaw Air Force Base. Information on a specific cause of death was unavailable.

"Aaron was more than just our coworker, he was our teammate and our friend," Maj. Jake Schillinger, 20th CMS commander, said in the release. "As you can imagine, this has been a heartbreaking week for the 20th CMS. We are grieving alongside all those who loved and cherished Aaron."

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SYDNEY (Reuters) - A U.S. Marine has died after being hurt in a vehicle accident during training exercises in northern Australia, the Marine Corps said on Wednesday.

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An active-duty U.S. soldier died Saturday at Big Bend National Park after he slipped and fell into the Rio Grande.

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(U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Chris Roys)

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An investigation is underway aboard a Navy ship after a sailor was found dead during a stop in Spain.

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Spc. Miguel L. Holmes was promoted to E4 after this picture was taken. He was assigned to the Georgia Army National Guard's 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, which falls under the 3rd Infantry Division as part of the Associated Unit Pilot Program. (Army photo).

The U.S. military has lost five service members in less than three weeks — and none of them were killed in combat.

Army Spc. Miguel L. Holmes of the Georgia Army National Guard died on Monday from his injuries stemming from a non-combat related incident in Afghanistan, defense officials have announced.

Holmes, 22, was originally from Hinesville, Georgia, and he was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 118th Field Artillery, 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team based in Savannah, defense officials said. His military awards include the Army Service Ribbon and National Defense Service Medal.

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