Two special forces died after a Black Hawk helicopter crashed in US military exercise

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 Two special forces died after a Black Hawk helicopter crashed in US military exercise


Source: Russian satellite news agency

According to the United States San Diego joint Tribune and Russian satellite news agency reported on the 28th, the accident occurred in the evening of 27. At the time of the flight accident on August 27, a unit of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command was conducting routine training near corona, California, the U.S. Army said in a statement released earlier on August 27. Two soldiers were killed and three injured in the accident. An investigation into the accident is in progress.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The U.S. Army Special Operations Command said it would not release any information beyond the statement on the incident at this time. But an anonymous defense official told U.S. media that the crash occurred on St. Clement Island, about 70 miles west of San Diego, which is under U.S. control. The island has an airport, a bombing training ground and a training facility for special operations forces. The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment of the US Army was involved in the accident. Foreign media pointed out that this is not the first time that the US military has suffered an accident during the recent exercise. The U.S. Navy said on July 31 local time that the Marines had a serious accident during a training exercise off the coast of Southern California on July 30, when an amphibious assault vehicle suddenly flooded, killing one person on the spot. The other eight missing soldiers were later presumed dead. Source: Yao Wenguang, editor in charge of Beijing News_ NN1682

The U.S. Army Special Operations Command said it would not release any information beyond the statement on the incident at this time. But an anonymous defense official told U.S. media that the crash occurred on St. Clement Island, about 70 miles west of San Diego, which is under U.S. control. The island has an airport, a bombing training ground and a training facility for special operations forces. The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment of the US Army was involved in the accident.

Foreign media pointed out that this is not the first time that the US military has suffered an accident during the recent exercise. The U.S. Navy said on July 31 local time that the Marines had a serious accident during a training exercise off the coast of Southern California on July 30, when an amphibious assault vehicle suddenly flooded, killing one person on the spot. The other eight missing soldiers were later presumed dead.