F.E. Warren Air Force Base has identified the airman who died at a Houston hospital Monday morning, Sept. 26, as Capt. Luis Reyna.

According to the base, Reyna, who was assigned to the 90th Contracting Squadron, was undergoing care at MD Anderson Cancer Center at the time of his death.

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Originally from Houston, Reyna had been assigned to F.E. Warren since November 2019.

"Losing a friend, a coworker, and a wingman is never easy. We are all hurting today with Luis’ passing, and we give our deepest sympathies to his family and friends," said 90th Contracting Squadron Commander Maj. Charles Ogonowski.

"We are grateful for the support from across the wing during this difficult time," Ogonowski added.

Reyna is the second F.E. Warren airman to die this month.

It was just 12 days ago, Sept. 16, that Trinity Reinhart of Eugene, Oregon, was killed in a Humvee crash near Grover, Colorado.

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