Nathan Hillman Obituary, Death – The administration of Fort Stewart in Georgia, which is a base that is a part of the United States Army and is located in the state of Georgia, has been able to determine the identity of the victim of the fatal shooting that took place early on Monday morning. The incident took place on a base that is located in the state of Georgia. Sgt. Nathan M. Hillman, who was 30 years old and was originally from Plump, Pennsylvania, has been identified as the person who passed away, as stated in a press release that was issued by the office of Public Affairs at Fort Stewart, which was released by that office. Sgt. Hillman was a trained expert in chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear protection during his time in the military.
On Monday morning, just before 11 o’clock, the official Twitter account for Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield made the news that there was an incident going place on the post. The tweet claims that members of emergency medical services have arrived at the structure that is a part of the 2nd ABCT complex in response to allegations that a gunshot was heard there. “Law enforcement officials have been successful in apprehending the culprit.” Even though base officials are currently in possession of the suspect, they have not made the person’s name public, and the inquiry is still in its early stages.
During that time period, Hillman’s name was concealed from the general public in order to allow the authorities to come in touch with his relatives who lived in the area. According to the statement that was made public on Tuesday, Hillman enlisted in the Army in February of 2015 and was subsequently assigned to the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, which is a component of the 3rd Infantry Division. This information was collected by listening to various versions of the announcement that were broadcast. During the time that Hillman served in the Army, he was honored with one deployment to Afghanistan, as well as two Army Commendation medals, two Army Achievement medals, and the Air Assault Badge. In addition, Hillman received all of these awards. Hillman also received a promotion to the rank of staff sergeant at this time. In addition to that, he was accorded honors such as these.