KANDAHAR PROVINCE, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 01: Medic Sgt. Bryan Eickelberg of Arden Heights, Minnesota, with the 82nd Airborne Combat Aviation Brigade, keeps watch in a Medivac helicopter as they land in a combat zone to pick up a wounded unidentified Afghan National Army soldier (ANA) November 1, 2009 in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Medivac medics, crew chiefs and pilots fly at a moments' notice into the war zone in Afghanistan, quickly retrieving wounded Western and Afghan troops alike from the battlefield. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

A soldier who resided in Adairsville passed away at Fort Campbell this past Wednesday.

The soldier, identified as 19-year-old Jeremy J. Wells, joined the army last year.

He was listed as a aircraft electrician with the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade.

According to WSBTV, at the time the incident occurred, Wells was participating in weapons training.

Somehow, he was wounded in the process. It is not clear at this time exactly what happened.

Wells was transported to a nearby hospital, where he later passed away from his injuries.

The Army is investigating the incident to determine what happened.

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