Two soldiers killed in helicopter crash

Two soldiers killed in helicopter crash

Two soldiers killed in helicopter crash

The cause for the helicopter crash is not yet clear and is being investigated.

According to The Courier-Journal, the two soldiers who lost their lives were in the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade. In 2015, an Apache incident killed two.

"This is a day of sadness for Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne", acting Fort Campbell senior commander Brig.

The crew was conducting routine training at the time of the accident. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the people during this complicated moment".

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At the time of the news release, it was said that Fort Campbell Fire and Emergency Services were still at the scene of the crash. Earlier this week, the military experienced three crashes in two days, with five deaths.

In the first, a Marine Corp AV-8B Harrier Jump Jet crashed on takeoff in Djibouti.

On Tuesday, four marines died when their CH 53E Super Stallion helicopter crashed near El Centro area in Southern California. The pilot ejected from the plane before impact and survived the crash.

- An Air Force Thunderbird pilot was killed when his F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada during a routine aerial demonstration training flight on Wednesday.

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