Stephen E. Williams, a third-year cadet at the Air Force Academy and a manager for the Falcons football team, was killed Saturday morning in a one-car accident on AFA grounds.
The exact time and location of the crash were not disclosed.
Williams, from Pennsylvania, was a systems engineering management major, according to an AFA release that also said the cause of the accident is under investigation.
Brig. Gen. Richard Clark, the commandant of cadets, released a statement saying: “Our Air Force Academy family suffered a tragic loss over the weekend. “We ask everyone to please keep Stephen’s family, friends and wingmen in your thoughts and prayers.”
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