Alabama crash 2 people became Navy pilots in civil aircraft

SELMA, Ala – Navy spotted two pilots killed in a civil plane crash in Alabama last week.

Captain Vincent Segars and Cmdr. Joshua Fuller was flying from Jasper, Alabama to Pensacola, Florida on a civilian plane. The single-engine plane landed next to Selma on Wednesday afternoon and killed both. They were the only people on the ship.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the accident.

Segars was the commander of the Naval Aviation Schools Command at the Naval Air Station Pensacola, and Fuller was an integration officer for the commander’s naval promotion flight assessment program, Cmdr said. James Stockman is a public relations officer of the Maritime Education and Training Command at NAS Pensacola.

Pensacola News Magazine Segars came from South Carolina and was awarded to the Navy on September 6, 1990 through the NROTC Program at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He then joined the Air Command and Staff College at the Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama and was first appointed as the Command of the Naval Aviation Schools Command of NAS Pensacola on April 29, 2009.

Fuller was a Florida citizen. He was appointed to the Navy on 23 June 2000 and became part of the Naval Aviation Schools Command team on 15 November 2019. Before moving to the Gulf Coast, Washington was assigned to more than one electronic attack fleet on Whidbey Island.

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