RAF Lakenheath said it is "truly warmed" by the messages of support following the fatal air crash of one of its military helicopters in Norfolk yesterday.
It will hold press conference on the HH-60G crash at 8am tomorrow morning.
We are truly warmed by the messages of support that have been flowing through our inboxes today. Great to have such allies! #JollyDown
The base chapel sanctuary is open 24/7 for Airmen and their families, following yesterday's tragedy. Contact the chapel with any questions.
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