7 Americans Killed In Cargo Plane Crash At Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Identified By Company

The Associated Press reports that National Air Cargo, the company that owned the cargo plane that crashed at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan on Monday, released the names of the victims onboard. Six of the plane's crew members were from Michigan, and one was from Kentucky.

  • Jamie Brokaw        First Officer          Monroe, MI
  • Brad Hasler            Pilot                     Trenton, MI
  • Jeremy Lipka          Pilot                     Brooklyn, MI
  • Rinku Summan       First officer          Canton, MI
  • Michael Sheets        Loadmaster          Ypsilanti, MI
  • Gary Stockdale        Maintenance        Romulus, MI
  • Timothy Garrett       Maintenance      Louisville, KY
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Boeing also released a statement yesterday regarding the incident: “The Boeing Company extends sincere condolences to the families and friends of the crew who perished in the crash of a National Air Cargo flight near Bagram, Afghanistan. At the request of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, Boeing will provide technical assistance to investigating authorities."

Footage surfaced yesterday giving a ground view of the crash from a vehicle dashcam. The incident is currently under investigation by the U.S. NTSB and Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority. 

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