The Air Force pilot who was killed Friday has been identified as 2nd Lt. Anthony D Wentz. He was 23 years outdated.

Two others had been additionally injured when two T-38C Talon planes had been concerned in an incident round 10 a.m. at Laughlin Air Force Base close to Del Rio, Texas, based on a press launch from the forty seventh Flying Training Wing.

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A pilot based at Laughlin Air Force Base died Friday and two others were injured during a runway incident, officials said. 

A pilot primarily based at Laughlin Air Force Base died Friday and two others had been injured throughout a runway incident, officers stated. 
(Senior Airman Nicholas Larsen/Air Force)

Wentz was a pupil pilot working with the forty seventh Student Squadron, and was from Falcon, Colorado.

“A loss such as this affects us all, but one thing we never fail to do in times of crisis is come together, support one another, and respond,” Col. Craig Prather stated. “Our focus remains on supporting the families involved and our thoughts and prayers continue to be with them and our teammates today.”

A T-38 Talon during a mission support flight.

A T-38 Talon throughout a mission help flight.
(NASA)

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After the incident on Friday, one of many pilots who was injured was transported to Val Verde Regional Medical Center in Del Rio, the place he was later launched. The different pilot was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio and was in crucial situation as of Friday.

A T-38 Talon with the 2nd Fighter Training Squadron, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., begins to climb in altitude en route to a training range over the Gulf of Mexico, March 9, 2017. The 2nd FTS, American Beagles, is manned by experienced fighter pilots and support personnel with backgrounds in virtually every USAF fighter major waepons system. (U.S Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Burt Traynor/Released)

A T-38 Talon with the 2nd Fighter Training Squadron, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., begins to climb in altitude en path to a coaching vary over the Gulf of Mexico, March 9, 2017. The 2nd FTS, American Beagles, is manned by skilled fighter pilots and help personnel with backgrounds in nearly each USAF fighter main waepons system. (U.S Air Force picture by Master Sgt. Burt Traynor/Released)

The incident is presently being investigated.

Fox News’ Louis Casiano contributed to this report.