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A 19-year-old Air Force cadet died in an accident involving HUMVEE during a training exercise in the Sailor Creek Mountains, Idaho. This is an employee of theMountain Home Air Force Base.said on Sunday.
"Today we have lost a member of the Air Force family. We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to all individual families and friends," said the 366th Fighter Wing. Commander Colonel Ernesto Divittorio said. "Our thoughts and prayers are with them."
Originally from AlaskaOregon State UniversityAir Force ROTC cadet Mackenzie Wilson has been declared dead on the scene. it was done.
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Hanby with Wilson Two other individuals in California were injured and taken to a local hospital for treatment. Then it was released.
File Photo: Three US Air Force Fs -15E Strike Eagles, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, launches flares on July 3, 2018 in the Utah Test and Training Range west of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. (US Air Force / Airman First Class Coordinate Trimble / Distribution via REUTERS)
"19 AFROTC cadets participate in Air Force operations I participated in the installation. Various mission sets. "
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How the accident happened I didn't know right away. Idaho Policeis investigating the case with the support of the Air Force Special Investigation Bureau.
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