Maj. Stephen Del Bagno, who joined the Thunderbirds this season, was alone in a F-16 Fighting Falcon when it crashed in the Nevada desert outside Las Vegas on Wednesday morning. Stephen Del Bagno, pilot of the No. 4 Thunderbirds jet. The identity of the pilot will be withheld for 24 hours while the family is notified.
The cause of the crash is under investigation, Air Force officials said.
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The Thunderbirds have canceled their upcoming weekend appearance at March Reserve Base in California.
The Air Force said it was not known how the accident will impact the remainder of the 2018 Thunderbirds season.
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A year later, in June 2017, a two-seat F-16D overrun the runway at Ohio's Dayton International Airport, overturning and injuring both crewmembers. The team had 35 show sites scheduled for 2018. In September, Lt. Col. Eric Shultz was killed when the plane he was flying during a training mission crashed. He was assigned to a military command that conducts research and weapon system tests. The Thunderbirds commander at the time was later relieved of command following a loss of confidence in his "leadership and risk management style", Air Combat Command announced. The condition of the pilot is presently unknown, but emergency responders are on the scene. The Air Force is a very tight-knit community. Tuesday afternoon, a Marine helicopter went down in Southern California, presumably killing all four crew members onboard.
Also on Tuesday, a Marine Harrier jet crashed during takeoff in East Africa.
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The crash followed two others the day before. It was later determined that the F-16, which the pilot safely ejected from, crashed because of an equipment malfunction. The jet was part of the 26 Marine Expeditionary Unit and operated from the USS Iwo Jima assault ship.