Edwards Air Force Base military training jet crashes in Mojave desert.San Francisco, CA(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Military officials with the United States Air Force confirmed Captain Mark P. Graziano, a 30 year-old airman from Edwards Air Force Base, died when his T-38A Talon, military jet, crashed in the Mojave Desert on Thursday afternoon. The jet crashed near California City, nine miles north of Edwards as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle. Northrop Grumman, the Los Angeles based American aerospace and defense technology company, is the maker of the T-38A Talon military training jet.Senior Navigator Major Lee V. Jones, ejected from the plane and was airlifted by emergency medical personnel to a Bakersfield area hospital. Kern County fire officials responded to the fiery scene. Both airmen were assigned to the Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base. This brings serious questions to military officials by aviation experts nationwide since this is the second military aircraft crash form Edwards in two months. A test pilot died when his Sir Force F-22A Raptor crashed 35 miles north of the base on March 25, 2009. Martin Lockheed Corporation is the manufacturer of the F-22 aircraft line and both military aviation accidents remain under investigation.JusticeNewsFlash.com news for California general litigation military lawyers.