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Chief Warrant Officer 5 Carlo Davis was honored for his over 30 years of service to the nation during a retirement ceremony hosted by the 1st Cavalry Division. “It is about the richness of the individual’s life, including what that person accomplished and the impact he or she had on people and places.” Davis said. “As my journey as an active-duty soldier comes to an end, I believe my legacy continues to be written.” The ceremony was held at Cooper Field, Fort Hood, Texas, March 10. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Elliot Alagueuzian) 
1st Cavalry Division hosted a retirement ceremony for Chief Warrant Officer 5 Carlo Davis honoring over 30 years of service to the nation. “It is about the richness of the individual’s life, including what that person accomplished and the impact he or she had on people and places.” Davis said. “As my journey as an active-duty soldier comes to an end, I believe my legacy continues to be written.” The ceremony was held at Cooper Field, Fort Hood, Texas, March 10. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Elliot Alagueuzian) 
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Carlo Davis was honored for his over 30 years of service to the nation during a retirement ceremony hosted by the 1st Cavalry Division. “It is about the richness of the individual’s life, including what that person accomplished and the impact he or she had on people and places.” Chief Warrant Officer 5 Davis said. “As my journey as an active-duty soldier comes to an end, I believe my legacy continues to be written.” The ceremony was held at Cooper Field, Fort Hood, Texas, March 10. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Elliot Alagueuzian) 
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Carlo Davis was honored for his over 30 years of service to the nation during a retirement ceremony hosted by the 1st Cavalry Division. “It is about the richness of the individual’s life, including what that person accomplished and the impact he or she had on people and places.” Davis said. “As my journey as an active-duty soldier comes to an end, I believe my legacy continues to be written.” The ceremony was held at Cooper Field, Fort Hood, Texas, March 10. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Elliot Alagueuzian)
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Carlo Davis was honored for his over 30 years of service to the nation during a retirement ceremony hosted by the 1st Cavalry Division. “It is about the richness of the individual’s life, including what that person accomplished and the impact he or she had on people and places.” Davis said. “As my journey as an active-duty soldier comes to an end, I believe my legacy continues to be written.” The ceremony was held at Cooper Field, Fort Hood, Texas, March 10. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Elliot Alagueuzian)

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March 15, 2023 8:04:24 PM
1st Cavalry Division leadership identifies casualty

FORT HOOD, Texas - Sadly, the 1st Cavalry Division lost a Trooper March 13, Pvt. Ana Basalduaruiz, a combat engineer, who has served with the division for the past 15 months.

The Army Criminal Investigation Division and the chain of command are actively investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding her death.

The chain of command is in contact with her family to keep them updated, receive any concerns, and provide them all releasable information. Additionally, the chain of command is also providing support and resources to her family and Troopers that served with her.

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of PV2 Ana Basalduaruiz, and we extend our sympathies to her father, mother, and her sister,” said Lt. Col. Patrick Sullivan, commander, 91st Engineer Battalion. “Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time. She was an exceptional teammate that will truly be missed.”

As more information becomes available, it will be published on Forthoodpresscenter.com.

 

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