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JSOC Member Released from Hospital After Being Shot During Training | Military.com

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A member of the Joint Special Operations Command headquarters at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, who was wounded during pistol training Monday, has been released from the hospital, Bragg officials said.

Fort Bragg officials are not releasing many details about the incident accept to say that the male service member was wounded while participating in pistol training on a live-fire range.

“He was shot,” Adam Luther, a spokesman for Fort Bragg, told Military.com. “I just don’t know if it was self-inflicted or friendly fire.”

Source: JSOC Member Released from Hospital After Being Shot During Training | Military.com

 

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