US Military jet crashes in fiery inferno 'killing everyone on board'

  • US Military jet crashes in fiery inferno 'killing everyone on board'

US Military jet crashes in fiery inferno 'killing everyone on board'

Training Air Wing ONE and CNATRA are investigating the possibility that it is a T-45 from Training Air Wing ONE based out of NAS Meridian, Miss.

A news release from the military said a T-45C Goshawk had been training in the vicinity of Tellico Plains at the time and it had not returned to the air station.

A T-45 Goshawk assigned to Carrier Training Wing (CTW) 1 approaches the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) (Ike) on March 20, 2017, in the Atlantic Ocean.

A Navy official told Fox News that a T-45 jet was missing after taking off from MS earlier Sunday.

It is believed a Navy training plane with two people on board crashed near River Road on Sunday. Not Callico Plains, TN.

UT Lifestar and Knox County Sheriff's Office helicopters were sent to that area to look for parachutes from above, but Monroe County EMA says none were found.

We'll continue to bring you updates on this story as we receive them.

A U.S. Navy plane from Naval Air Station Meridian crashed in the Cherokee National Forest in southeastern Tennessee, officials said.

We have a crew on the way to the scene.