U.S. Air Force: Please Pray for Airman, Family Injured in Brussels Attack

The U.S. Air Force has reported that a U.S. airman and members of his family were among the over 200 people injured in the deadly airport and subway bombings in Brussels, Belgium.


Their names or hometown have not been released, but the Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James said, "We are saddened by today's attacks and extend our sincere condolences to the victims and families of those impacted. Our priority at this time is the safety and well-being of our Airmen and their families."

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Weish III added, "Our thoughts and prayers are with our Air Force family, and with the hundreds of others affected by these tragic events."

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