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24-year-old from Washington state identified as Marine killed in Hawaii military plane crash

  • In this May 17, 2015 photo, a man and woman look toward smoke rising from a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft after making a hard landing on Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii. The fatal crash of the Marine Corps' new hybridized airplane-and-helicopter aircraft during a training exercise is renewing safety concerns about the machine. (Zane Dulin via AP)

    In this May 17, 2015 photo, a man and woman look toward smoke rising from a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft after making a hard landing on Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii. The fatal crash of the Marine Corps' new hybridized airplane-and-helicopter aircraft during a training exercise is renewing safety concerns about the machine. (Zane Dulin via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • In this May 17, 2015 photo, smoke rises from a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft after making a hard landing near Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii. The fatal crash of the Marine Corps' new hybridized airplane-and-helicopter aircraft during a training exercise is renewing safety concerns about the machine. (Zane Dulin via AP)

    In this May 17, 2015 photo, smoke rises from a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft after making a hard landing near Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii. The fatal crash of the Marine Corps' new hybridized airplane-and-helicopter aircraft during a training exercise is renewing safety concerns about the machine. (Zane Dulin via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • Debris rises as a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft, not pictured, makes a hard landing on Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii, Sunday, May 17, 2015. Several Marines from the aircraft were taken to a hospital, military officials say. (AP Photo/Kimberly Hynd)

    Debris rises as a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft, not pictured, makes a hard landing on Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii, Sunday, May 17, 2015. Several Marines from the aircraft were taken to a hospital, military officials say. (AP Photo/Kimberly Hynd)  (The Associated Press)

Military officials have identified the 24-year-old Marine killed when a military aircraft crashed during a training exercise in Hawaii over the weekend.

The Marine Corps says Lance Cpl. Joshua Barron, of Spokane, Washington, died of injuries sustained when the MV-22 Osprey went down Sunday at a military base outside Honolulu.

There were 21 Marines and a Navy corpsman on board. One Marine was critically injured. Three others were still hospitalized in stable condition on Monday.

Barron was a tilt-rotor crew chief assigned to the Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 161 with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit. His awards include the National Defense Service Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

The 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit is based at Camp Pendleton in California and is in Hawaii for about a week of training.