February 19, local time, the U.S. Air Force said that a training plane crashed in Alabama, killing two Air Force pilots on board.
Relevant departments will investigate the cause of the crash.
The crash was a U.S. T-38C training aircraft belonging to the 14th Flight Training Wing at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi.
The wing issued a statement on the 19th, saying that the two pilots on board were on a training mission at that time, but unfortunately all of them were killed.
The statement expressed condolences to the families of the victims, saying that the name of the deceased will be published after informing the family.
The Associated Press reported that at about 17:30 on the 19th, the U.S. military training plane crashed into a bush near an airport in Montgomery, Alabama.
At present, the cause of the crash is unknown, and a security investigation agency will launch an investigation.