Airman died in non-combat vehicle incident Friday in the United Arab Emirates

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The Department of Defense identified the airman who died in the United Arab Emirates Friday as Capt. Kelliann Leli, 30, of Parlin, N.J.

She died in a "non-combat related vehicle incident," authorities said Saturday. 

The Air Force is not releasing any more details while her death is under investigation. 

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Leli was supporting Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and was assigned to the 60th Healthcare Operations Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California. 

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There are about 3,500 U.S. military personnel stationed in the United Arab Emirates right now, according to the Congressional Research Service.

The country is a key ally to the United States in countering Iran and was one of the first Gulf nations to normalize relations with Israel earlier this year. 

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