U.S. Army Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Will Lindsay and Spc. Joseph P. Collette were killed during a troops operation, officials said.
Lindsay, 33, of Cortez, Colo., died in Kunduz “as a outcome of wounds postulated while intent in fight operations as partial of a Operation Freedom’s Sentinel,” pronounced Lt. Col. Loren Bymer, a U.S. Army Special Operations Command spokesman.
U.S. Army Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Will Lindsay, who was killed Friday, enlisted in a Army in 2004, a U.S. Army orator said.
The soldier, a father and father of 4 girls, was reserved to 2nd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), according to a official.
Throughout his time in a military, Lindsay – who enlisted in a Army in 2004 – was deployed to Iraq, Tajikistan and Afghanistan, Bymer said.
“The 10th SFG (A) Family is deeply saddened during a detriment of Sgt. 1st Class Will Lindsay,” Col. Lawrence Ferguson, 10th SFG (A) commander, said. “Will was one of a best in a formation, with some-more than a decade of use in a Regiment during all levels of noncommissioned officer leadership. We will concentration now on ancillary his Family and honoring his bequest and sacrifice.”
Collette, 29, of Lancaster, Ohio, was reserved to a 242nd Ordnance Battalion, 71st Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group, according to a Pentagon.
Both use members were formed during Fort Carson, Colo., officials said.
The fatalities move a series of U.S. use members killed so distant this year in Afghanistan to four, according to a Associated Press.
Fox News’ Lucas Tomlinson, Louis Casiano and a Associated Press contributed to this report.