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Flight crew killed in Black Hawk training crash identified

A small memorial stands in the sand along Highway 98 in Navarre, Fla., Thursday, March 12, 2015. Divers have found the military helicopter that crashed in dense fog Tuesday night during a Florida training mission, killing seven elite Marines and four experienced soldiers. (AP Photo/Northwest Florida Daily News, Jennie McKeon)

A UH-60 Army helicopter crashed over waters off Florida

The Louisiana National Guard has released the names of the four-person flight crew of a Black Hawk helicopter that crashed in the Santa Rosa Sound along Florida's Panhandle in a nighttime training exercise in dense fog last week with seven elite Marines aboard.

All eleven on the Black Hawk were killed when the helicopter crashed into about 25 feet of water in the Santa Rosa Sound.

The crash is being investigated by the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center, based in Fort Rucker, Alabama. (AP)

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