Watch Video Footage Of Air Force Football Player Hunter Brown Collapses During Game & After That He Died

Flying corps football player Tracker Brown experienced a health related crisis while heading to class Monday and kicked the bucket, the foundation reported Tuesday. He was 21.

Brown, a sophomore community for the Birds of prey from Lake Charles, Louisiana, was en route to class from his apartment when he imploded. Crisis faculty endeavored life-saving measures however were ineffective, the school said.

“Tracker was a champion hostile lineman in the Bird of prey football crew and was very much regarded in his group,” Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark, U.S. Flying corps Foundation Director, said in an explanation.

“The whole U.S. Flying corps Institute grieves his misfortune, and our hearts and sympathies are with his family, his group, and all who were moved by this extraordinary young fellow.”

Brig. Gen. Paul D. Moga, Commandant of Recruits added: “It is with overwhelming sadness and significant pity I share with you that we have lost one of our own. He abandons companions, lamenting colleagues, a lamenting recruit wing, and a crushed family.”

Brown was a piece of the Birds of prey for the last two seasons. He was an administration major and had a French minor. He was alloted to Recruit Group 16.

“Our players, staff and whole Institute have been so honored and lucky to have Tracker as a piece of our lives. He was an unadulterated satisfaction to mentor and have as a colleague,” Flying corps mentor Troy Calhoun said in a proclamation.

Video Footage

“He was extreme, an incredible laborer, and nobody unselfishly pulled more diligently for others than Tracker. His mother and father, Candyce and Dustin, brought up a brilliant child who made every one of us a superior individual.

We love our extraordinary sibling, and our considerations and petitions to God are with Tracker’s staggering soul and his loved ones.”

Flying corps Office of Exceptional Examinations authorities and the El Paso Region Sheriff’s Office researching the demise. The Flying corps said it was standard convention for any on-base demise.

Leave a Comment