Rhiannon Ross Wiki – Biography
Rhiannon Ross, The Navy identified the two pilots killed in Friday’s tragic plane crash in Foley.
U.S. Navy Lt. Rhiannon Ross, of Wixom, Michigan, and U.S. Coast Guard Ensign Morgan Garrett, of Weddington, North Carolina, were identified as the service members who died in the crash.
Rhiannon Ross Age
Rhiannon Ross has died at the age of 30-years-old.
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Cause of Death(Plane Crashed)
30-year-old Ross, an instructor pilot, and 24-year-old Garrett, a student aviator, took off from Naval Air Station Whiting Field, Milton, Florida, on a routine training flight when their plane crashed around 5 p.m. Friday, October 23.
The Navy Times reported Ens. Garrett graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 2019 and majored in marine and environmental sciences. Garrett was a regimental activities officer at the academy and competed as a middle-distance runner in track and field.
“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.”
The ‘VT-2 Doerbirds’ released the following statement on Facebook:
Doerbirds and supporters, It is with a heavy heart that I share the loss of two of our squadron members Friday evening: LT Rhiannon Ross and ENS Morgan Garrett. During a training mission, their T-6B crashed into a residential area near Foley, AL. We are thankful no one on the ground was injured, but sadly neither crew member survived. Our sincerest condolences and prayers go out to the family members who have suffered this tremendous loss. I cannot express the devastation we all feel at this time. I’d like to personally thank all of the support we have received from family, friends and colleagues from all over. I encourage everyone to take care of each other and the families directly affected by this tragedy as we navigate through the healing process. Sincerely, Wes Barnes/VT-2 CO
The Navy investigation team is 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.