United States Army Captain
Line of Duty Death: June 19, 2022

On June 19, 2022 United States Army Captain Andrew K. Allman passed away due to gastric adenocarcinoma, a cancer attributed to his exposure to burn pits while serving in the United States Army.

Allman was born and raised in Northern Virginia where he had a true passion for history and lacrosse. Allman attended The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina where he majored in English. After receiving his degree in 2007, Allman decided to join the United States Army during June of the same year. Allman was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant and loved the camaraderie associated with serving in the military. He made several life-long friends from his time in the Army and viewed his service as a part of his civic duty.

Allman received numerous awards for his selfless acts of service including but not limited to, the Army Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, and most notably, as a First Lieutenant he earned the Bronze Star Medal for his exceptionally meritorious service while assigned as a platoon leader during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

U.S. Army Captain Andrew K. Allman is survived by his wife of fourteen years, Sarah, and their three children, Ava, Henry, and Christopher.