Nine Killed After Black Hawks Collide In Kentucky

U.A. Army Sikorsky HH-60

 A U.S. Army HH-60 assigned to the 101st Airborne Division.

Credit: U.S. Army
Nine U.S. soldiers were killed when two Sikorsky HH-60 Black Hawks collided during night training near Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The helicopter crews were conducting night-vision training March 29 in the medical evacuation variant of the Sikorsky helicopter, says Brig. Gen. John Lucas, deputy...

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