Lowe, Lucas, CW2

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Last Rank
Chief Warrant Officer 2
Last Service Branch
Last Primary MOS
152F-AH-64A Attack Pilot
Last MOS Group
Aviation (Officer)
Primary Unit
2014-2016, 152H, 1st Battalion, 149th Attack Reconnaissance Squadron
Service Years
2003 - 2016


Chief Warrant Officer 2

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Date of Passing
Dec 28, 2016
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Last Known Activity
GALVESTON – The second Texas Army National Guard crew member killed in an AH-64 Apache helicopter crash has now been identified.
On Thursday afternoon, officials identified the second victim as Dustin Lee Mortenson, 32, of League City. He was an aviation material officer and is survived by his wife, Ruth.
Earlier Thursday, the family of Lucas Lowe, 33, was officially notified that he had been killed in the crash, according to Olen Bush, Lowe's father-in-law.
Lowe, an aircraft maintenance officer, was from Hardin. His wife, identified as Kami Bush, was pregnant with twins, a relative said Thursday.
"There is too much pain and hurt going on and it's devastating to the entire family," Olen Bush said of Lowe, a father of two. 
The attack helicopter crashed about 3:50 p.m. Wednesday into Galveston Bay a short distance from the Bayport Terminal wharves in Pasadena. 
Efforts were under way Thursday to retrieve the helicopter wreckage.
A barge from Humble-based T&T Salvage LLC was moored near the wreckage, said Petty Officer 3rd Class Dustin Williams, a Coast Guard spokesman.
The 87-foot patrol boat Manowar was nearby to guard the salvage site, Williams said.
The helicopter was on a routine training flight from Ellington Airport, where the 1-149 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion is based.
The crash is being investigated by the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
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Combat Action 1st Award
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1st Battalion, 149th Attack Reconnaissance Squadron
  2014-2016, 152H, 1st Battalion, 149th Attack Reconnaissance Squadron
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