Scot Ames Jr., 24, and one person killed in military plane crash in Montgomery, Alabama

Modified Date: 
Sun, 02/21/2021 - 2:58pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, February 19, 2021

2 killed after military aircraft crashed near Montgomery airport

The United States Air Force released a statement saying the aircraft was a T-38 trainer aircraft that was assigned to the 14th Flying Training Wing at Columbus Air Force Base in Mississippi.

2 Air Force pilots killed in plane crash near Montgomery, Alabama

The airport tower reported to Taggart several pilots in the area had complained about the sun shortly before the crash, which occurred about a half hour before sunset. 

U.S. Air Force Releases Identity of Pilot Instructor Killed In Montgomery Jet Crash

The pilots were flying a T-38C Talon from Columbus Air Force Base on what Graham called a cross-country training mission when they crashed late yesterday afternoon off Old Lamar Road near U.S. Highway 80 in Montgomery.

People Involved: 
Scot Ames Jr.

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