Two fighter jets crashed at the Nevada Test and Training Range during a routine training mission Wednesday night, Air Force officials said.
The two pilots ejected safely from the A-10C Thunderbolt II jets about 8 p.m. and were evaluated by medical staff on base, according to a news release from Nellis. They have since been released, spokeswoman Lt. Marie Ortiz later said.
Oritz said the fighter jets were each worth $18.8 million.
It is unclear what caused the crash, but a board will investigate the incident.
No additional details were immediately available.
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Review-Journal staff writer Mike Shoro contributed to this story.