Tracker Brown, a 21-year-old Flying corps hostile lineman, has died. The school said that Brown had a “health related crisis” en route to class on Monday, yet they didn’t get out whatever it was. People on call attempted to save his life, yet they proved unable. “Our players, staff and whole Foundation have been so honored and lucky to have Tracker as a piece of our lives.
He was an unadulterated happiness to mentor and have as a colleague,” head football trainer Troy Calhoun said in a proclamation.
With heavy hearts we share the loss of a cadet.
C3C Hunter Brown died Monday after suffering a medical emergency while on his way to class.
Our thoughts are with his family, friends, teammates and fellow cadets.#NeverForgotten pic.twitter.com/amPlznZqTC
— U.S. Air Force Academy (@AF_Academy) January 10, 2023
“He was intense, an incredible specialist, and nobody unselfishly pulled more earnestly for others than Tracker. His mother and father, Candyce and Dustin, brought up a great child who made every one of us a superior individual. We love our extraordinary brother, and our considerations and petitions to heaven are with Tracker’s staggering soul and his loved ones.”
Brown, who was from Lake Charles, La., was a sophomore. He was an administration major with a French minor.
This season, he played for the Birds of prey when they beat Nevada on September 23. The top of the U.S. Aviation based armed forces Institute, Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark, said in a proclamation that Tracker was an extraordinary hostile lineman for the Hawk football crew and was popular with his group.
We are gonna miss you #40. We will never forget that walk off homerun back in 2018 to send us to the state tournament. A great young man, lost way too soon. pic.twitter.com/qKHnugaEyk
— Barbe Baseball (@BarbeBaseball71) January 10, 2023
“The whole U.S. Aviation based armed forces Foundation grieves his misfortune, and our hearts and sympathies are with his family, his unit, and all who were moved by this extraordinary young fellow.” The Flying corps Office of Exceptional Examinations and the El Paso Province Sheriff’s Office will investigate Earthy colored’s passing, the college said.