Jeffery Barnes Obituary, Death Cause – It has been discovered who each of the nine service men were who lost their lives when two Army Black Hawk medical evacuation helicopters collided during a training exercise at midnight in the state of Kentucky. The crash occurred in the state of Kentucky. Kentucky was the location where the incident took place. The Birmingham metropolitan area is the hometown of one of the troops, while the Milton community in Florida is the home of the other.
One of the individuals whose names can be found on the list that was made by the 101st Airborne Division is a man by the name of Warrant Officer 1 Jeffery Barnes. Barnes was born and raised in the city of Milton, which is located in the state of Florida. Barnes, he has already reached the age of 33. Staff Sergeant Taylor Mitchell, who was 30 years old, had spent his whole life in the state of Alabama, more specifically in the community of Mountain Brook.
“At the moment, the 101st Airborne Division is in the midst of a stretch of time that is exceptionally difficult. According to Maj. Gen. JP McGee, who is the commanding commander of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) at Fort Campbell, the deaths of these heroes “will resound through our formations for years to come.” This declaration was issued in the form of a press release. “It is now time to grieve, and once that process is finished, it will be time to heal. At this point, it is time to grieve.
Together, this community and the entire brigade are coming together to offer their support to the families and loved ones of the fallen service members who were under our care when they died.
According to reports, members of the Army aviation safety team from Fort Rucker, which is situated to the west of Dothan, Alabama, have arrived at the scene of the accident and are “doing a complete investigation into the issue.” According to the notification that was made public not long after their arrival, this is what transpired.