U.S. Contractor Killed In Iranian Drone Attack Was A S.C. Resident
An unmanned drone believed to be of Iranian origin struck a maintenance facility on the base.
The U.S. contractor who was killed in the Iranian attack on a U.S. military site, was a resident of South Carolina.
53-year-old, Scott Dubis, was killed on a base near Hasakah in Northeastern Syria. An unmanned drone believed to be of Iranian origin struck a maintenance facility on the base.
The attack resulted in Dubis’ death and left five U.S. service members and one other contractor injured.
Dubis was a resident of Summerville S.C.. His obituary read that he had a life-long passion for fixing things that led to his career repairing and maintaining military vehicles.
Dubis’ body was returned to the Dover Air Force base on March 28th and will be buried in Charleston.