Crew fatalities; possibly some on the ground: https://abc3340.com/news/local/multiple-fatalities-after-plane-crash-in-foley The T-6 is the primary phase trainer of the USAF and USN; it's a high performance (1200 HP) single engine turboprop which replaced the T-34 (Navy) and T-37 (USAF). It's performance significantly exceeds either in all respects. NAS Pensacola (I was stationed there) does the NFO and Navigator training for the USAF, USN, and USMC. NAS Whiting (Milton, FL) does the primary stage pilot training for the USN and USMC. The initial reports said the aircraft was out of Whiting field; these may or may not be correct. Foley, AL is west of Pensacola, FL and one of the major practice areas for NASP (secondary for NASW) is over this area extending west to Mobile Bay and north to I-10. There is intensive flight training in this area (as well as 2 outlying practice airfields; Silverhill and Barin). Causes will not be known for quite some time. Prayers for the victim's families.