Kage Allen Wiki – Kage Allen Biography
Lt Kage Allen was flying an F-15C Eagle from the 48th Hunter Wing in RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk when he fell off the shores of East Yorkshire on Monday during a training mission.
The US military chose the Air Force fighter jet pilot who was killed in a training accident on the British coast Monday. The US Air Force 48th Figher Wing said on Tuesday that gunman and tactical deputy chief Lieutenant Kenneth Allen of the 493 Fighter Fleet was killed when the F-15C Eagle fell into the North Sea for uncertain reasons.
Lt Allen, known as Kage, was the assistant chief of weapons and tactics for the 493rd Fighter Squadron. Allan had been based with the 48th Fighter Wing at Royal Air Force Base Lakenheath, in eastern England, since February.
Kage Allen Age
He was 34 years old.
Kage Allen Family
The U.S. Air Force said it has been placed at the base since February and survived by his wife and parents.
Jet Crash Incident
F-15C Eagle from the 48th Fighter Aircraft in RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk fell shortly after 09:30 on the training mission BST. The wreckage of the plane, which is thought to have dropped 74 nautical miles from the East Yorkshire coast, was previously found.
The cause of the crash is currently unknown.
Col Will Marshall of the 48th Fighter Wing at RAF Lakenheath said: “The pilot of the downed F-15C Eagle from the 48th Fighter Wing has been located, and confirmed deceased.
The F15C, a single-person air defense fighter, is a jet model used by the U.S. Air Force since 1979. RAF Lakenheath is home to the largest US Air Force base in the UK and the only F-15 war wing in Europe.
Kage Allen Wife Hannah
Allen’s wife Hannah, who called him “Kage,” posted a tribute to her husband on her Facebook page Tuesday, according to U.K. news outlets. She said there were “no words to express how shaken I am.”
“He was my absolute best friend and man Christ needs hurry up and come back so I can be with Kage again,” she said. “I feel beyond blessed to have loved him in this life and can’t wait to love him for eternity. #youaremyforever.”
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