Fort Campbell says 2 troopers killed in helicopter crash

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Two US Army soldiers were killed in a helicopter crash Friday night during a routine training mission at Fort Campbell, KY, the Army announced Saturday.

No one else was injured in the crash. "The names of the deceased will not be released until 24 hours after next-of-kin notification is complete", the statement read.

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'This is a day of sadness for Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne, ' Brigadier General Todd Royar said. Gen. Todd Royar. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the Families during this hard time", he said. The fatal crash follows a week of incidents for the military.

And in March, two Navy pilots died when their fighter jet crashed in Florida.

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On March 15 an HH-60 Pave Hawk transport helicopter crashed in western Iraq, killing seven airmen.

Fort Campbell says the crash occurred throughout coaching. That's after a U.S. Marine Corps jet crashed at the country's global airport and a Marine Corps helicopter sustained "minor damage" Tuesday. The pilot ejected in time and survived. Four Marines were killed in a California helicopter crash on Tuesday.

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