Two troopers had been killed when their helicopter crashed throughout a coaching train at Fort Campbell in Kentucky, officers stated Saturday.

The troopers had been members of the 101st Airborne Division. The crash occurred Friday night time and concerned an AH-64E Apache helicopter.

The names of the deceased won’t be launched till 24 hours after next-of-kin notification is full, officers stated.

The crew was conducting routine coaching on the time of the accident. There have been no different casualties. Fort Campbell Hearth and Emergency Providers members responded to the crash scene.

“This can be a day of unhappiness for Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne,” stated Brig. Gen. Todd Royar, appearing senior commander of the 101st Airborne Division and Fort Campbell. “Our ideas and prayers are with the Households throughout this tough time.”

The reason for the accident was being investigated.

Fox Information reported Friday that three different U.S. navy plane crashed this week, leaving 5 service members lifeless and prompting worries on Capitol Hill that the navy’s worn-out air fleet is probably not getting the funding it wants.