Naval Officials Identify Victims of Fatal Super Hornet Jet Crash in Calif.
04/08/2011 // Greensboro, NC, USA // Personal Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley
Hanford, CA — Officials have identified the two Naval officers who were killed in a jet crash outside the Lemoore Naval Air Station on Wednesday, April 6, 2011. The cause of the crash is still underway, reported CNN.
Lt. Matthew Ira Lowe, 33, of Plantation, Florida, and Lt. Nathan Hollingsworth Williams, 28, of Oswego, New York, were killed when the plane crashed in a farm field, the air station said in a statement.
Lowe and Williams were aboard a F/A-18F Super Hornet when it crashed into a field for unknown reasons. They were reportedly doing a routine training flight when the accident occurred.
Lowe was the pilot of the jet and Williams managed the plane’s weapons systems.
A Navy review board is investigating the incident. The jet was reportedly apart of the Strike Fighter Squadron 122, which trains pilots to fly both the Hornet and Super Hornet jets.
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