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"They paid the ultimate price in service to Minnesota and to the United States of America," Walz, himself a veteran of the MNG said. "The coming days will be dark and difficult. The state of Minnesota stands ready to assist the families of our fallen heroes." The names of the deceased crew members are not being released pending family notification, Walz said.The crew was conducting a maintenance test flight just after 2 p.m. when they lost contact with air traffic controllers, according to CNN affiliate WCCO. A mayday call was put out and about an hour and a half after it went missing, the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter was found tangled in trees on a farm, WCCO reported.Investigators with the US Army Aviation CenteRead More – Source

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