RAF Lakenheath has reiterated that it will not release any details on the victims of last night's air crash in Cley, north Norfolk, until 24 hours after the airmen's next-of-kin have been notified.
It added that it is working on a collection for the victims' families.
We understand word spreads and gets out, but the U.S. Air Force does not release information regarding deceased airmen until after the 24hrs
We are working on a collection for the families of our fallen Airmen. Details will be released as they are finalized. #JollyDown
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