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  1. 1 aft another, US Navy Seals start commiting suicides recognizing US Dual Standards in PAKAFG; Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen Navy SEAL dead in Afghanistan in reported suicide Sun, Dec 23 21:06 PM EST WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior member of the U.S. Navy's elite SEAL unit has died in Afghanistan, the Defense Department said on Sunday, and media reports said the death was a possible suicide. Commander Job Price, 42, of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, died on Saturday of a non-combat related injury in central Afghanistan's Uruzgan Province, the Pentagon said in a statement. "This incident is currently under investigation," it said. Price was assigned to a Naval Special Warfare unit in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the statement said. NBC News and CNN quoted unnamed military officials as saying that the death was being looked at as a possible suicide. Lieutenant David Lloyd, a spokesman for Naval Special Warfare Group Two, which comprises the four SEAL teams on the U.S. East Coast, declined to comment on the cause of death, saying it was under investigation. Price was married and had a daughter. He had been a naval officer since May 1993, Lloyd said. Captain Robert Smith, the Group Two commander, said in a statement: "The Naval Special Warfare family is deeply saddened by the loss of our teammate. We extend our condolences, thoughts and prayers to the family, friends, and NSW community during this time of grieving. "As we mourn the loss and honor the memory of our fallen teammate, those he served with will continue to carry out the mission." SEAL is an acronym for sea, air, land. (Reporting by Ian Simpson; editing by Christopher Wilson)
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