Military Police Officer Kimberly Ann Storm

Military Police Officer Kimberly Ann Storm

United States Army Military Police Corps, U.S. Government

End of Watch Tuesday, June 3, 1986

Kimberly Ann Storm

PFC Kimberly Storm drowned while checking on a low water crossing at Fort Hood, Texas, during a period of severe flooding.

She was traveling on foot with her platoon when a passing deuce-and-a-half truck inadvertently forced them to the side of the road. PFC Storm slipped and fell into swiftly flowing water in an adjacent drainage ditch and was swept into the base's drainage system. Her body was later found near Darnell Army Hospital, approximately one mile from where she fell in.

PFC Storm was survived by her parents and twin sister.


  • Age 19
  • Tour Not available
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Drowned
  • Location Texas

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It's so hard to believe it's been over 30 years since that traggic day. I will always remember when you arrived at the unit and placed in our Platoon. You were not the typical new quite Soldier, you were spunky and full of energy. While there are many great memories, one I had was as I was getting ready for an appearance board, a button popped off my dress shirt. You grabbed the shirt, ran to your room and sewed it back on. Your smile was contagious. As I went on to complete a military career, I often thought of you and hoped that you knew how many people you impacted in the time you spent with us. Though you are gone, you will "Never" be forgotten. Thank you for your service my Friend

CSM (Ret) Larry Linville
US Army Retired

July 18, 2018

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