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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

Fellow troops mourn a Belgian special operator who died during a training jump at US base | Military Times

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An outpouring of sympathy from some of Belgium’s most elite warriors followed the tragic death of a fellow commando who died during a parachute training exercise at a U.S. base in Arizona.

The accident, which is still under investigation, happened Feb. 27 at the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Range during a High-Altitude, High-Opening parachute jump.

Belgian television reported the operator was 27-year-old Dimitri “Dimi” Trainis who had only recently joined the elite Belgian Special Forces Group.

Source: Fellow troops mourn a Belgian special operator who died during a training jump at US base | Military Times

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