• Pilot killed after military jet crashes outside Texas Air Force base

    20 days ago - By WBALTV

    The names of the pilots involved in the crash have not been released at this time.
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  • 1 killed, 1 injured in crash of Air Force training jet

    1 killed, 1 injured in crash of Air Force training jet

    20 days ago - By National Post

    DEL RIO, Texas - An airman has been killed and another injured after an Air Force training jet crashed near Amistad Reservoir on the Texas-Mexico border.
    An Air Force statement says the twin-jet, two-seat T-38 Talon jet aircraft assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base near Del Rio went down about 4 p.m. Monday about 14 miles northwest of the base.
    One airman was dead at the scene. The injured airman was taken to Val Verde Regional Medical Center in Del Rio. No identities have been released, and no information has been made available regarding what led to the crash.
    A board of Air Force...
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  • Air Force training jet crashes on the Texas-Mexico border

    Air Force training jet crashes on the Texas-Mexico border

    20 days ago - By New York Post

    DEL RIO, Texas - An Air Force training jet has crashed near Amistad Reservoir on the Texas-Mexico border. The Air Force says in a statement that the jet assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base near Del Rio went down about 4 p.m. Monday about 14 miles northwest of the base. The T-38 Talon...
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  • Air Force training jet crashes in West Texas

    20 days ago - By My Sanantonio

    DEL RIO, Texas - An Air Force training jet has crashed near Amistad Reservoir on the Texas-Mexico border.
    The Air Force says in a statement that the jet assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base near Del Rio went down about 4 p.m. Monday about 14 miles northwest of the base.
    The T-38 Talon is a twin-jet, two-seat training aircraft. The statement says emergency personnel were at the scene to assist in recovery efforts.
    There was no information on the number of people aboard the aircraft, their fate, or the cause of the crash.
    A board of Air Force officers will investigate.
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