It was a year ago today that Army SPC Chazray Clark was wounded by an IED while on patrol. Despite a MEDEVAC helicopter based only 1.5 miles away, SPC Clark laid in a field for an hour waiting for people 25 miles away to dispatch helicopters to rescue him. Unfortunately, SPC Clark died shortly after arriving at the medical treatment facility at Kandahar Air Field. The Army investigation neatly sidestepped many critical questions that would implicate the Army’s policies and procedures in SPC Clark’s death. In collaboration with his family we shall pursue getting those questions asked and answered.

Please take a moment today to think of SPC Clark. Chazray Clark left behind a wife and son. He also is survived by his mother, father, sister and three brothers.

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