DEL RIO, Texas (AP) — An airman has been killed and another injured after an Air Force training jet crashed near Amistad Reservoir on the Texas-Mexico border.

An Air Force statement says the twin-jet, two-seat T-38 Talon jet aircraft assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base near Del Rio went down about 4 p.m. Monday about 14 miles northwest of the base.

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One airman was dead at the scene.

The injured airman was taken to Val Verde Regional Medical Center in Del Rio.

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No identities have been released, and no information has been made available regarding what led to the crash.

A board of Air Force officers will investigate.

Pilots with the US Air Force stand inside a hangar alongside a F-15 fighter jet and a T-38 Talon trainer jet during the inaugural Trilateral Exercise between the US Air Force, United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force and the French Air Force at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia, December 15, 2015. (SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

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