A member of the Canadian Armed Forces has died in Afghanistan.
The Defence Division says Grasp Warrant Officer Guy Adam Law became found dead in his quarters at the Canadian Embassy in Kabul on Feb. 25.
An announcement says the reason behind loss of life is under investigation and is being assessed as “non-operational.”
Law became originally from Saskatoon and had been working at the Embassy since last August as a facility operations and maintenance officer.
He had joined the Armed Forces in 1991 and had deployed on four operational excursions.
The Defence Division says his body will return to Canada on March 7.
“Our tips are with the family, chums and kin of Grasp Warrant Officer Law, and our point of interest remains on providing them enhance during this sophisticated time,” the division talked about in a assertion.
“The Canadian Armed Forces is a family and it is heartbreaking after we lose regarded as one of our agree with. We stand together, we grieve together, and we are able to repeatedly endure in mind them.”
This file by The Canadian Press became first published March 5, 2021.