Who is Rhiannon Ross? (Pilot Killed) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Rhiannon Ross
Rhiannon Ross

Rhiannon Ross Wiki – Rhiannon Ross Biography

US Navy Lieutenant Rhiannon Ross, Wixom, Michigan, and US Coast Guard Ensign Morgan Garrett, 24, North Carolina, Weddington, Navy T-6B Texan II trainer died around 16:30 when his training plane crashed into a neighborhood. There were no injuries on the ground.
FOLEY, Ala. (WALA) – Navy spotted pilots who died in a plane crash in Foley on Friday.

Rhiannon Ross Age

She was 30 years old.

Rhiannon Ross Education

Lieutenant Ross was a member of the University of Michigan in the Ann Arbor Naval Reserve Officer Training Association. Ross spent three years on the Helicopter Naval Combat Squadron 26 in Norfolk, Virginia, before joining Florida-based Training Squadron Two in 2018. He was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal of Appreciation.

Who is Ensign Morgan Garrett?

Navy Times Ens reported. Garrett graduated from the US Coast Guard Academy in 2019 and specialized in marine and environmental sciences. Garrett was a regimental activity officer at the academy and competed as a middle-distance runner in athletics.

Rhiannon Ross Ensign Morgan Garrett Killed In Plane Crashed

Ross, 30, an instructor pilot, and Garrett, 24, a student aviator, took a routine training flight from Naval Air Station Whiting Field in Milton, Florida. Their plane crashed around 5 pm. Friday, October 23 at Magnolia Springs neighborhood in Foley, Alabama.


Crash researchers said the turboprop plane was on a routine training flight and took off from Whiting Field in Milton.
Lieutenant Ross was a flight instructor and Lt. Garrett was a student pilot. The cause of the accident is currently unknown.

The Navy investigation team asks anyone who has the photos and videos that encounter the wreckage on the plane to leave him uncomfortable and call Lieutenant Freeman at (864) 608-0729.

The Navy investigation team isĀ asking anyone who may have video or photos of the aircraft in flight, or anyone with information, to call Lieutenant Freeman at 864-608-0729.


“Heartbreaking doesn’t really quite capture the emotion behind it. To know that those officers, friends, and shipmates of ours aren’t going to be there when we look for them on Monday is very difficult. They’ll be dearly missed,” said Commander Zachary Harrell, Naval Air Forces Public Affairs Officer. “Their spirit, friendship, and devotion to their country will not be forgotten.”