Life Lost Too Soon: Navy Corpsman from Ohio Killed in Afghanistan Attack August 26, 2021
Navy Corpsman Maxton “Max” W. Soviak, HM3 (22 years old) of Berlin Heights, Ohio, was one of the 13 U.S. service members killed while supporting non-combatant evacuation operation in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Max was advanced to the rank of Hospital Corpsman Third Class “as a result of his brave actions in support of fellow service members,” according to a Navy statement. He was also posthumously awarded the Purple Heart and Fleet Marine Force Corpsman warfare badge.
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