Three Soldiers Dead After Apache Helicopters Crash In Alaska

  • Three Army soldiers are dead after two Apache helicopters crashed following a training exercise in Alaska on Thursday.
  • The crash happened near Healy, Alaska, and involved four service members and two AH-64 Apache helicopters from the 11th Airborne Division’s 25th Aviation Regiment. According to Captain Molly Treece, the survivor was transported to a hospital in Fairbanks.
  • “This is an incredible loss for these soldiers’ families, their fellow soldiers, and for the division,” Maj. Gen. Brian Eifler, commanding general of the 11th Airborne Division, said in a statement from the Army.
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