Ft. Campbell, KY: 9 Service Members Dead after Two 101st Airborne Division Helicopters Crash
It's a sad day for Kentucky and our military after two air assault helicopters crashed during training in Trigg County Kentucky.
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Helicopters Crash
The helicopters crashed Wednesday, March 29, 2023, around 10:00 PM in Trigg County, Kentucky. According to U.S. Army Fort Campbell two HH60 Blackhawk helicopters were flown by crewmembers during a routine training mission.
ABC News Reporting All Nine Service Members Have Died
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear Traveling to Fort Campbell
This morning I will be traveling to Fort Campbell to support our troops and their families after last night’s tragic incident. More information will be released later this morning. ^AB
Live Press Conference - Fort Campbell, Kentucky
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