Two soldiers were killed when a U.S. Army Apache helicopter crashed Saturday morning at Fort Irwin in California, a spokesman for the Army said. The AH64 Apache crashed early Saturday morning at the military training facility, which is northeast of Barstow, Army spokesperson Lt. Col. Jason S. Brown said in a statement. The crash is under investigation and next of kin notifications were ongoing, he said.
Two soldiers were killed when a U.S. Army Apache helicopter crashed Saturday morning at Fort Irwin in California, a spokesman for the Army said. The AH64 Apache crashed early Saturday morning at the military training facility, which is northeast of Barstow, Army spokesperson Lt. Col. Jason S. Brown said in a statement. The crash is under investigation and next of kin notifications were ongoing, he said, and no other details were immediately provided.
There is no indication that North Korea reacted after the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency mistakenly sent an alert Saturday warning of an imminent ballistic missile strike against the islands, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday. On Saturday morning local time, thousands of tourists and residents in Hawaii received mobile alerts on their phones that a missile would soon be impacting the state.
Normally the Pentagon Press Parking Index (PPPI) is an indicator of future military operations. But today it’s a shutdown barometer. As the senate prepares to vote, it is flashing “deal.” https://t.co/k970ETWc5L
These two soldiers Chief Warrant Officer Kevin Burke, 28, and LT Clayton Cullen, 25, died in a training accident when their Apache crashed in California, about four hours into the shutdown Sat morning. A reminder that training continues, despite DC dysfunction. And is dangerous. https://t.co/O7JTqjglaF
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