2 civilians killed at Naval Air Station Kingsville when a World War II-era vintage T-6 Texan aircraft crashed

Naval Air Station Kingsville Fire and Emergency Services personnel spray foam onto the wreckage of a civilian-owned and operated vintage warbird that crashed shortly after takeoff from the air station on April 25. Both the pilot and passenger were killed in the crash.

Two killed when a civilian-owned and operated vintage warbird aircraft crashed at Naval Air Station Kingsville.

The single-engine T-6 Texan crashed just  Short after takeoff at Naval Air Station (NAS) Kingsville

The aircraft was carrying a pilot and one passenger, who was visiting an employee at the airfield.

No Navy aviators were involved in the crash and that no damage to the airfield’s runway or equipment had been reported

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