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Why are so Many Drill Sergeants Dying at Fort Jackson?

Army bases like Fort Jackson can be scary places when something strange is happening. Soldiers live in close quarters and follow strict rules and routines. They depend on their superiors and comrades for guidance and support. But what if those superiors and comrades are suddenly gone? What if they die under mysterious circumstances? How would that affect the morale and mental health of the remaining soldiers?

That is the situation that many soldiers at Fort Jackson are facing right now. In the span of just eight days, two drill sergeants have been found dead on base according to Fox News. Both deaths are being investigated by the US Army Criminal Investigation Division (CID), but no official cause of death has been released yet. The lack of information has sparked speculation and conspiracy theories among the public and the military community.

The first Drill Sergeant death at Fort Jackson: Staff Sgt. Allen Burtram

The first drill sergeant who died was Staff Sgt. Allen Burtram, 31, who was found dead in his barracks about 8 days ago, after he did not show up for work. Burtram was a drill sergeant with 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment. He had been in the Army for 13 years and had served in Iraq and Afghanistan. He had received several awards and decorations, including the Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart.

According to a statement from Fort Jackson, Burtram’s death was not related to COVID-19, training, or any type of physical altercation. However, the statement did not provide any further details on how Burtram died. The CID said that the investigation was ongoing and that there was no threat to the public.

The second Drill Sergeant Death at Fort Jackson: Staff Sgt. Zachary L. Melton

The second drill sergeant who died was Staff Sgt. Zachary L. Melton, 30, who was found dead on base on December 18, 2023. Melton was a drill sergeant with 1st Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment.

He had been in the Army for 12 years and had served in Iraq and Kuwait. He had also received several awards and decorations, including the Army Commendation Medal and the Army Achievement Medal.

Similar to Burtram, Melton did not show up for work on December 18 and was reported missing by his unit. His body was found by unit personnel later that day. The statement did not mention any possible cause of death or any signs of foul play. At the moment there has been no official statement indicating that the two deaths are related. However, the CID said that an investigation was ongoing.

Did Both Fort Jackson Drill Sergeant’s Commit Suicide?

The deaths of Burtram and Melton have raised many questions and concerns among the public and the military community. Why did they die? How did they die? Were they murdered? Did they kill themselves? Was there a common factor or motive behind their deaths? Are there more deaths to come? Should security at that base be heightened?

Some conspiracy theories suggest that the drill sergeants were victims of homicide, either by an enemy agent, a disgruntled soldier, or a serial killer. Others have speculated that the drill sergeants were victims of suicide, either due to stress, trauma, or guilt. Some have even proposed that the drill sergeants were involved in some kind of MK ULTRA secret operation or experiment that went wrong.

None of these theories have been confirmed or denied by the authorities. The CID has not released any updates on the investigations or any evidence that could shed light on the deaths.

The Fort Jackson leadership has not commented on the impact of the deaths on the base operations, or the morale of the soldiers. The families and friends of the drill sergeants have not revealed any clues or insights that could explain their deaths.

The mystery and the silence have only fueled more speculation and anxiety. Many people are wondering if there is something sinister going on at Fort Jackson. Many people are worried about the safety and well-being of the soldiers and staff living on the base. Many people are hoping for answers and justice for the drill sergeants if foul play was involved.

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