Airmen from the 332nd Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron in Southwest Asia gathered to mourn one of their own who died March 21.
Staff Sgt. Alexandria Morrow, a weapons loader, was killed during non-combat operations while performing maintenance duties, the Air Force said.
According to WHEC in New York, Morrow died in Jordan when she was loading a bomb onto a plane. Something broke, causing the bomb to slip and hit her in the head. She is survived by her husband and two daughters.
Morrow, who served in the Air Force for seven years, was assigned to the 366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho. However, she worked for the 322nd overseas, according to a spokesman at the Idaho base.