Posted BY: Cristina Laila
A highly decorated Navy SEAL team commander was found dead in his San Diego, California home on Monday.
Robert Ramirez III enlisted in the Navy in 1996 and was commissioned in 2004, according to the Military Times.
No foul play is suspected, however, the San Diego Sheriff’s Department’s investigation is still ongoing.
The Military Times reported:
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Cmdr. Robert Ramirez III, commanding officer of SEAL Team 1, was found dead in his San Diego County residence Monday.
Naval Special Warfare Command officials said in a statement Wednesday that foul play is not suspected to have played a role in the decorated officer’s death.
Navy officials said the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department’s investigation remains ongoing.
“Bobby was an outstanding leader, devoted husband and father, and a good friend to us all,” Capt. David Abernathy, commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare Group 1, which manages all San Diego-based SEAL teams, said in a statement. “This is a devastating loss to our community and all who knew him. We will remain in support of Bobby’s family, friends and teammates during this extremely difficult time.”
He took command of SEAL Team 1 last month and arrived to the unit in June, according to his releasable service record and command officials.
His awards and decorations accrued over nearly 27 years of service include five Bronze Star Medals, two with the Combat “V” device denoting valor and acts of heroism.
Ramirez also has three Combat Action ribbons and medals for the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, among many others.