There’s no arguing that there are a number of secrets within the American Army. One such disturbing secret is what happened to Billy Ray Hardgrove and Michael Carmichael.
After serving in the Gulf War, Hardgrove recommended his platoon for a medal. This recommendation was declined, however Hardgrove forced the signatures of his superiors. This deed was uncovered and he was charged with forgery. While awaiting court-martial, a soldier arrived at his door and told him that he was required to come along to a training exercise. He was never seen alive again. His body was soon discovered swaying from a tree - the Army claimed he committed suicide.
Hardgrove’s family and fellow soldier, Michael Carmichael, refused to believe that he had ended his own life and began their own investigation in an attempt to discover what had really occurred. Just a few months later, Carmichael too was discovered hanging from his own locker by a parachute cord. He too had allegedly committed suicide - at least that’s what the Army claimed.
The family of both young men believe that something sinister had taken place and had then been covered up by the Army.