Army Staff Sgt. Who Grew Up In Minnesota Killed In Afghanistan

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A solder with Minnesota ties has died in a bombing in Afghanistan.

The Department of Defense says 31-year-old Staff Sergeant Adam Thomas died Tuesday after he was hit by a roadside bomb while on patrol with Afghan forces. Thomas was a Green Beret stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado.

The Star Tribune reports Thomas went to elementary school in the St. Peter area. His parents still live in Minnesota.


One Comment

  1. Dan Mack says:

    Gosh, that sounds like a tour of Afghanistan is almost as dangerous as passing through downtown or north Minneapolis.

  2. S Strand says:

    cc0, please stop your onslaught of commercial video’s, tainting the article on our Country’s loss of this precious Soul. My condolences to his Parents and other loved ones, in the grief they must endure, due to the many Godless wretches, roaming today’s earth. I’m sorry.

  3. NonLib says:

    RIP – you provided the ultimate sacrifice for us al in the USA.
    God Speed and God Bless
    My sympathies to your family and loved ones. So very sorry

  4. Prior Service 22 Years says:

    The man is an invisible hero. Out there doing infinitely more than we’ll ever know. Thank you for your service SSG Adam Thomas.

    I thought Obama pulled all troops out of Afghanistan. Obama told us we lost and it’s over. You mean to tell me Obama is still killing our American military servicemen? Where is the liberal media body count like they did with Bush?

    Why the F does the liberal media like WCCO always have to tie people, who die from car accidents out of state or military heroes killed, back to Minnesota even though they have absolutely ZERO ties to this state? There is a reason these people left Minnesota. Because it’s a liberal pile of excrement. Full of BLM terrorists, Somali terrorists, abortionists, mentally ill suicidal Democrat voters.

  5. Julia Alaniz says:

    Heavenly Father, give comfort to the parents of this fallen hero. Adam, meet my son, Franke, who also served in Afghanistan. RIP soldiers. To the parents: We will see our sons in heaven.

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