AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — An Air Force Academy cadet and his Air Force veteran father who were killed in an airplane collision in Texas will be buried at the school’s cemetery in Colorado.
Freshman cadet Timothy Barber and retired Lt. Col. Greg Barber will be buried Thursday after a service at the academy chapel.READ MORE: Colorado Weather: Winter Weather Advisory For The Front Range
They were aboard a single-engine Luscombe 8A that collided in the air with a single-engine Piper PA-28 north of Dallas on Dec. 31. National Transportation Safety Board investigators haven’t said who was at the controls.READ MORE: Mauricio Anchondo-Olivas Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder Of Former Roommate
The lone occupant of the other plane was also killed. Federal investigators haven’t released that person’s name.
The collision is under investigation.
The academy said Greg Barber was an Air Force pilot and flight instructor who flew several types of aircraft in his military career.MORE NEWS: PHOTOS: Cheesman Park Homes & Governor's Mansion Vandalized With Spray Paint
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