Army Sgt. Alex Taylor Found Unresponsive in Place of Duty at Fort Hood; No Updates on Outcome of Investigation & Cause of Death Ruling (2017)

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Sgt. Alex Taylor, US Army

Army Sgt. Alex Taylor, 23, was found dead at his place of duty at Fort Hood in Texas on January 11, 2017. Sgt. Taylor’s home of record is listed as Texas City, Texas; he joined the Army in March 2012 as an aviation operations specialist. Sgt. Taylor was assigned to the 15th Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Hood since July 2016. Per the Fort Hood Press Center, the circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation by U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command. The point of contact for the investigation is Chris Grey, Chief of Public Affairs, USA Criminal Investigation Command (CID) Quantico, Virginia. Grey’s e-mail is christopher.p.grey.civ@mail.mil. The CID spokesman reported no foul play suspected initially but it was not completely ruled out because the cause of death is still under investigation. The circumstances surrounding Alex Taylor’s death and official cause of death are unknown to the public at this time. Alex’s family makes the following request:

I am Alex father. Thank you for putting this information up. I am one of many that is having to fight with the military to get justice for my fallen soldier. They are giving me very little information and what they are giving me is false. The army is telling me there was no foul play but I know that is not true. If anyone has any information about it please feel free to contact this website. They are compiling information about the many deaths at Fort Hood. I am in contact with them and they will relay any information to me. Please help me get justice for my son. -Jeff Taylor

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2 thoughts on “Army Sgt. Alex Taylor Found Unresponsive in Place of Duty at Fort Hood; No Updates on Outcome of Investigation & Cause of Death Ruling (2017)

  1. I am Alex father. Thank you for putting this information up. I am one of many that is having to fight with the military to get justice for my fallen soldier. They are giving me very little information and what they are giving me is false. The army is telling me there was no foul play but I know that is not true. If anyone has any information about it please feel free to contact this website. They are compiling information about the many deaths at Fort Hood. I am in contact with them and they will relay any information to me. Please help me get justice for my son.

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