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"On Saturday, two Soldiers of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) were killed in an AH-64E Apache helicopter crash in the local training area on Fort Campbell".

The names of the soldiers have not yet been released, pending notification of the families.

The recovery operation are now ongoing on the crash site. Gen. Todd Royar said in a statement, according to multiple outlets.

It's the second deadly crash involving a USA military helicopter this week.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the families during this hard time".

Recent days have been particularly deadly for training across the military.

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A Pentagon official denied that there is a "crisis" for military aviation.

On Wednesday near the Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada an Air Force Thunderbird pilot was killed after his F-16 aircraft crashed.

Four Marines also died when a helicopter crashed during a training mission in Southern California. The Army explained that the incident was under investigation.

But experts are trying to explain what might be happening.

"I think the high op tempo and stress on the force over the past 17 years of continuous combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and elsewhere is catching up to the US military", he told the publication.


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