Gulfstream have identified the four employees killed in a fiery crash of a test twin-engine luxury business aircraft at a southern New Mexico airport.
Officials with the Georgia-based plane company say the four that died Saturday were test pilots 64-year-old Kent Crenshaw and 51-year-old Vivan Ragusa; and technical specialists 47-year-old David McCollum and 48-year-old Reece Ollenburg.
They were from Savannah, where the company is based.
The company says the team aboard the Gulfstream G650 was conducting takeoff-performance tests at Roswell International Air Center at the time of the crash.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause.
Gulfstream reportedly began taking orders on the nearly $60 million G650 jets in April 2010, with delivery expected next year.