Fort Bragg lost over 80 soldiers from “sudden” and “unexplained” causes, and stopped reporting on the deaths after June 2021
By Lance D Johnson // Mar 15, 2022

One of the largest military installations in the world, Fort Bragg is home to approximately 54,000 military personnel and includes the Special Forces, the Airborne Corps, and the Joint Special Operations Command. In just 18 months, Fort Bragg lost over 80 soldiers from "sudden" and “unexplained” causes. According to officials, 33 of the fatalities are of "undetermined" causes. Fort Bragg cannot explain why dozens of soldiers are dying in their own bunks.


During that same eighteen-month period, three Fort Bragg soldiers died in overseas combat. This means soldiers stationed at Fort Bragg are twenty-seven times more likely to die unexpectedly on their home base than in overseas combat!

Fort Bragg stops reporting soldier deaths after dozens found dead in their bunks

An investigative reporter for Rolling Stone Magazine, Seth Harp, has been looking into this medical anomaly. On February 9, 2022, Seth reported the death of 83 soldiers at Fort Bragg in the 18 months ending in June 2021. Fort Bragg stopped reporting the fatalities after June 2021, but the bodies continue to pile up. Out of the 83 "sudden and unexpected" fatalities, eleven of them were determined to be from natural causes.

Harp wrote: "Fort Bragg soldiers have been turning up 'unresponsive' in their barracks on a disturbingly regular basis since the beginning of 2020, including Caleb Smither, Terrance Salazar, Jamie Boger, Joshua Diamond, Matthew Disney, Mikel Rubino, Michael Hamilton, and numerous others who have not been named."

Drugs were in involved in the deaths of Joshua Diamon and Matthew Disney. The two were found dead on the same day in June 2021, just two weeks after airborne master sergeant Martin Acevedo III was caught trafficking cocaine.

Drugs are only a small part of the problem. In January of 2021, Army captain Robert Latham died suddenly of an "apparent heart attack." The 32-year-old was previously in top physical condition. A Green Beret named Calvin Rockward passed away from a "sudden, unexpected medical event." The 38-year-old was in excellent physical condition, too.

According to Seth, nine more young and fit soldiers were found "unresponsive" in their bunks. The U.S. Army and Fort Bragg refuse to investigate or report on the surge in deaths, disrespecting the soldiers and their families. Could there be a serious drug problem going on at Fort Bragg? Could these deaths indicate a surge in suicides and overdoses?

The military continues to be assaulted by mandates that harm soldiers physically and mentally. The vaccine mandates damage combat readiness, while banishing the strongest, healthiest freedom fighters from the ranks.

Military's medical database explodes with 1,000% increase in medical issues in 2021

The Military Health System began administering the spike protein mRNA vaccine to military service members on December 14, 2020. Since then, the military has administered more than 6.4 million doses, fully inoculating 90.1 percent of active-duty service members with the two-dose protocol. What role do these bioweapon shots have on the number of "unexpected" and undetermined deaths? Why is Fort Bragg less safe than it was before the mask, testing and vaccine mandates?

The Army is failing to keep soldiers combat-ready, and this is evidenced by the military's own medical surveillance system. The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) is used to detect surges of injury and illness in the military to make sure that all individuals are combat ready. The DMED is the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch's "web-based tool to remotely query de-identified active component personnel and medical event data contained within the Defense Medical Surveillance System (DMSS)."

In January 2022, attorneys Thomas Renz and Leigh Dundas retrieved the DMED data from military whistleblowers, Drs. Samuel Sigoloff, Peter Chambers and Theresa Long. The data was provided to Senator Ron Johnson at a historic round table meeting with doctors and lawyers.

According to the data, the five-year average for medical issues in the military was 1.7 million codes. After the COVID-19 vaccine protocol was mandated on the military, the number of medical issues spiked to 22 million in the first 10 months of 2021 – a 1,000 percent increase! Many of the issues are directly related to the covid-19 vaccines, including Bell's palsy, myocardial infarction, pulmonary embolisms and neurological disorders. One of the military doctors testified: "It is my professional opinion that the major increases incidences of the above discussed instances of miscarriages, cancers, and disease were due to COVID-19 'vaccinations.'"

The Commander-in-Chief, the Secretary of Defense, the Department of Defense (DoD) and the highest-ranking commanders are culpable for unlicensed medical malpractice and mass murder, and must be held responsible for their unethical actions of coercion and discrimination, which were used to force dangerous experiments on soldiers that injured, sickened, disabled and killed many. For the latest update on stopping the mandates in the military, read Liberty Council's updates on the Navy SEAL 1 v. Austin case.

Watch the video below as Atty. Thomas Renz reveals the DoD whistleblowers during a Senate hearing.

This video is from the In Search of Truth channel on

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