Afghanistan Attack: U.S. Woman Killed in Attack on Bagram Airfield

by F. Brinley Bruton and Fazul Rahim /
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Krissie Davis, 54, was killed in an attack on Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan on Monday, according to the Department of Defense.Department of Defence

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KABUL — An American civilian working with the Department of Defense has been killed in an attack on Afghanistan's Bagram Airfield, the Defense Department announced.

Krissie Davis, 54, of Talladega, Alabama, died after an "indirect fire attack," the Department of Defense said in a statement on its website dated Tuesday.

It did not release any more details. However, a separate statement issued by NATO in Afghanistan said that an unidentified civilian had been killed in a rocket attack on Bagram at 5:35 a.m. on Monday (9:05 p.m. ET Sunday).

Davis worked with the Defense Logistics Agency, a which provides logistical and technical services to the military, the Department of Defense said.

Image: Krissie K. Davis
Krissie Davis, 54, was killed in an attack on Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan on Monday, according to the Department of Defense.Department of Defence

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