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UPDATE: Military Identifies Airman Killed in GFAFB Shooting

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UPDATE:

Air Force officials have identified the Airman who was confirmed dead after a shooting incident on Grand Forks Air Force Base on July 21, 2013, as Technical Sergeant Matthew Hullman.

The incident remains under investigation.

There is no threat to the on-base or off-base communities, base officials say.

"Any time we lose an airman, it's a tragedy," said 319th Air Base Wing Commander Col. Paul Bauman.

"We offer our deepest condolences to Tech. Sgt. Hullman's family, friends, unit members and fellow Airmen."

ORIGINAL STORY:

The military says an airman has died following a shooting incident at the Grand Forks Air Force Base. 

The Air Force says the shooting occurred Sunday at the base. The military says the base was not locked down and normal operations continue.

Details of the shooting have not been released. The airman's name has not been released pending notification of relatives.

The Air Force says the case remains under investigation.

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