Here is a list of some of the noncombat crashes of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, the model that crashed during a nighttime training mission off the Florida coast, killing seven Marines and four soldiers.

The Black Hawk entered service with the U.S. Army in 1979. Modified versions have also been developed for the Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard.

MARCH 10 — Eleven killed when an Army helicopter crashes into the water off Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

DEC. 21, 2006 — Three killed when Army helicopter crashes on a mountain near Seattle.

NOV. 29, 2004 — Seven killed when Army helicopter from Fort Hood, Texas, hits television transmission tower and crashes.

FEB. 12, 2001 — Six killed and 11 injured when Army helicopter crashes during a nighttime training exercise on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.

JUNE 18, 1996 — Six killed and 28 injured when Army helicopter crashes during a mock rescue at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

MARCH 8, 1988 — 17 killed when two Army helicopters collide during a nighttime train mission near Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

MARCH 13, 1985 — Eight killed in Army training flight at Fort Bragg.

OCT. 4, 1983 — Two killed when Army helicopter crashes in Caribbean Sea near entrance to Panama Canal.