The two-seat Northrop-38 Talon jet crashed near a residential area but did not hit any buildings.
In the US state of Alabama, a Northrop-38 Talon military aircraft crashed during a training flight. Both pilots were killed, said on the eve of the Foxnews channel.
The two-seat jet crashed at about 5:30 p.m. near Montgomery Regional Airport near Donnelly Field. It crashed near a residential area but did not hit any buildings. Police officers, firefighters, and representatives of the Air National Guard quickly arrived at the scene of the incident.
The Northrop-38 Talon is used not only in training missions of the US Air Force but also in the Navy. The Alabama Air National Guard has three major bases throughout the state, located in Birmingham, Dothan, and Montgomery (near the crash site). The training team is usually made up of an instructor and a student pilot.
Recall that in early February, a military helicopter UH-60 Black Hawk crashed in the United States. The incident occurred in the state of Idaho. Three pilots on board made a training flight. They all died.
It was also reported that two F-35 fighter jets crashed in the United States. The crashes occurred in the states of California and Florida.