The Army has recognized the five American warriors slaughtered when their Black Hawk helicopter went down during a normal peacekeeping mission in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.
The Thursday crash ended the lives of Capt. Seth Vernon Vandekamp, 31, of Katy, Texas; Chief Warrant Officer 3 Dallas Gearld Garza, 34, of Fayetteville, N.C.; Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marwan Sameh Ghabour, 27, of Marlborough, Mass.; Staff Sgt. Kyle Robert McKee, 35, of Painesville, Ohio; and Sgt. Jeremy Cain Sherman, 23, of Watseka, Ill.
They were essential for a global unexpected that screens the 1979 Israeli-Egyptian nonaggression treaty.
Vandekamp was a specialist appointed to a clinical organization, as indicated by the Military Times.
A French peacekeeper and Czech official likewise were murdered, and a 6th American on the helicopter was harmed and was emptied to an Israeli emergency clinic.
Introductory reports said six Americans had passed on.
There were no indications of an assault and authorities said Thursday the accident seemed, by all accounts, to be brought about by specialized disappointment.