Staff Sgt. Remington K. Viney, 26, was flying at a twin-engine Velocity V-Twin airplane with Tanner Byholm, 25, even Once the airplane crashed into a wooded, swampy area Soon after takeoff in the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport last Tuesday morning, the Rock County Medical Examiner's Office stated, based on FOX 6 at Milwaukee.
Nobody else was on board the airplane headed to Florida.
"It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Staff Sgt. Remington K. Viney, a loved member of the 115th Fighter Wing," the wing posted onto its FB page.
The wing stated she joined the Air National Guard at 2013 and was a decorated veteran who located to Japan and South Korea.
"It wasn't any secret that Staff Sgt. Viney had a passion for flying," the article continued. Staff Sgt. Viney tried to advance and transcend in her own life and her career. ... Staff Sgt. Viney was a version American Airman adored by many and will be greatly missed."
Byholm had been a pilot using all the Air Force Reserve and was a Marine Reservist, according to his obituary.
"He was a individual that if you met himyou had been drawn in by his existence," his obituary said. "He considered Everybody in his own life and also will probably be remembered by everyone who knew him" Flying was his enthusiasm, the obituary said.
Police in Rock County, Wis., said the group had reported a problem with the airplane prior to losing contact with the tower, FOX 11 in Green Bay reported. It is not clear who had been flying the airplane.
Both pilots were out of Wisconsin, FOX 6 reported.