A U.S. Army soldier from Augusta was found dead Wednesday at a training area at Fort Hood, Texas, and the Army is investigating.

Fort Hood officials on Friday identified the soldier as Spc. Casey Andrew Chapman, 20, whose home of record was listed as Augusta and whose parents live in Chelsea.

Chapman was found unresponsive Wednesday in his vehicle at a training area on the base and the “circumstances surrounding this incident are under investigation,” according to a press release from the Fort Hood Public Affairs Office.

Chapman graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, in South Carolina, and in January 2013 he entered active service as a artillery mechanic. Since September he had been assigned to 3rd Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division.

The son of Adelaide and Cory Chapman of Chelsea, Casey Chapman is a 2012 graduate of Hall-Dale High School in Hallowell, according to Kennebec Journal archives. His parents, reached by phone Friday night, declined to immediately comment.

According to Fort Hood officials, Chapman’s awards and decorations included four Army Achievement Medals, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon and Overseas Service Medal.