Rudy Boesch, the retired Navy SEAL who was one of the first contestants to appear on the reality television show Survivor, has died at 91.

Born Jan. 20, 1928 in Rochester, New York, Boesch passed away after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease, according to People Magazine. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.

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He died in old age with no known surviving relatives, but on Wednesday morning, hundreds of people gathered graveside to honor the life and service of Herman Augusta White, a quiet Navy veteran who spent the last two decades without his wife and only son.

White was 97 years old.

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Sgt. 1st Class Justin Lowell Goff, a Soldier from U.S. Army Special Operations Command, died during an off-duty, civilian free-fall accident at Ocean Isle, North Carolina. (U.S. Army soldier)

An Army Special Forces noncommisioned officer was killed on Sunday in an "off-duty civilian free-fall accident" in North Carolina, the Army announced on Wednesday.

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Col. Gregory Townsend, incoming commander, accepts the organizational colors from Brig. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, Quartermaster General, during the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade Change of Command Ceremony July 28 at Seay Field. (Photo: Terrance Bell)

Army Col. Gregory S. Townsend died Monday from injuries he sustained while trying to help a Virginia motorist change a tire, according to Army officials at Fort Lee.

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The Marine who was shot and killed at Marine Barracks Washington on Tuesday has been identified as Lance Cpl. Riley S. Kuznia, 20, of Karlstad, Minnesota, Corps officials have announced.

The gunshot wound that killed Kuznia was not self-inflicted, said Gunnery Sgt. John Jackson, a spokesman for Marine Barracks Washington, who offered no further information about how the shooting happened.

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