U.S. Air Force photo / Senior Airman Corey Pettis.

An Air Force T-38 Talon from Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma, crashed on Friday afternoon during a training flight, service officials announced.

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Picture courtesy of the unofficial Air Force amn/nco/snco Facebook page.

Another military aircraft has crashed, but thankfully the pilot is doing OK this time.

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Defense Department / Army Sgt. Amber I. Smith.

In a move that has not decreased the number of military planes and helicopters crashing, Defense Secretary James Mattis has been discouraging the services from talking about how bad readiness is, leading the parent of at least one dead service member to call his arguments “a bunch of junk.”

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Two soldiers were been killed when their AH-64E Apache helicopter crashed during an April 6 training flight at Fort Campbell, the latest in a string of military aircraft crashes that have killed a total of seven service members 0ver the course of four days.

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