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Airman charged in death at Andersen faces court-martial

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A1C Bradley Hale died at Andersen Air Force Base in March. A fellow airman is charged in his death. A1C Bradley Hale died at Andersen Air Force Base in March. A fellow airman is charged in his death.

A man accused of killing a fellow airman on Andersen Air Force Base last March is set to go up for a court-martial trial.

Airman 1st Class Isaiah Edwards is charged with murder in the stabbing death of 20-year-old Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale. Both had been deployed to Guam from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana.

In March 2018, Hale was found unresponsive with three cuts in his neck at a temporary lodging facility at Andersen. Edwards was arrested after a knife was found at the scene.

His court-martial begins today in Louisiana.

 

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