In a routine training mission, two U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopters crashed in Kentucky, resulting in all nine service members' deaths. The crew members were flying two HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters when the crash occurred in Trigg County, Kentucky. The incident occurred around 25 miles northwest of Fort Campbell, the only air assault division in the U.S. Army. The service members' status remains unclear, and more information about the incident will be released as it becomes available. Governor Andy Beshear expressed his sympathies and will travel to Fort Campbell to support the troops and their families.
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