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Richard Concepcion, 37, who was in the process of retiring from the special forces, turned the gun on himself hours after shooting and killing Sarah Alexis Furey, a veteran corpsman of the U.S. Navy who served in Afghanistan.
The following morning, this corpsman took the child to the rear of the battle zone where he could be handed over for more medical attention.
Ahr holds a degree in management from Notre Dame University and served in the U.S. Navy as a hospital corpsman.
Brenda Malone, spokeswoman for the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, said the corpsmen were removed from any jobs involving direct patient care and appropriate action will be taken once the NCIS investigation is finished.
The Snapchat post also said the corpsman and her friend made a baby dance to rap music.
More than 500 Navy doctors, nurses, corpsmen and other medical staff were assembling aboard the USNS Comfort on Thursday in Norfolk, Virginia, to steam to the rescue of Puerto Rico.
Seventeen US Navy sailors were killed in two separate at-sea collisions -- one in June and another in August -- and 15 Marines, along with one Navy corpsman, died after their transport plane suddenly crashed in July.
Fifteen Marines and one sailor, a Navy corpsman, were killed in the incident.
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