A Navy jet crash left a pilot, who was in training, and the instructor in the hospital. Something went very wrong with the Navy training jet during landing, causing this crash. A spokesperson from the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida reports that the condition of the two pilots are not known at this time, according to ABC News on Nov. 4.
The spokesperson, Harry White, told the media that the U.S. Navy T-45C Goshawk two-seat aircraft crashed during landing at the end of a runway. The names of the Navy pilots were also not disclosed, according to White.
The jet that crashed was assigned to Training Squadron 86. Naval flight students begin their journey in becoming Navy pilots with experienced pilots in the training aircraft.
The Naval Air Station in Pensacola is the site where hundreds of Navy flight students earn their Naval flight wings every year. White said that the people on the base were thankful that the crash was not more serious. He added that you can always repair the aircraft.