US Airman killed after powerful winds damage building in Southwest Asia

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 3:48 AM

A sudden blast of extreme winds known as a microburst hit the building in Southwest Asia, U. S. Air Forces Central Command executive said.

A United States Airman died after powerful winds damaged the overseas building where the service member was working, military executive revealed Friday.

A sudden blast of extreme winds known as a microburst hit the building in Southwest Asia, U. S. Air Forces Central Command executive said. They didn't reveal the specific country.

An investigation is underway.

The Airman was assigned to the four hundred-seventh Air Expeditionary Group. Executive said they'd release the service member'south title after notifying family members.

Fox News' Jennifer Griffin contributed to this report.

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