This file photo shows a Light Medium Tactical Vehicle from the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. (Army photo by Sgt. Angel Turner)

Updated 9:18 P.M. ET

The U.S. Army has identified the soldiers who died when the medium-duty truck they were riding in overturned in a rain-swollen creek at Fort Hood.

The service over the weekend released the names of the nine soldiers who were killed when their 2.5-ton Light Medium Tactical Vehicle overturned during a June 2 training accident at the sprawling Texas outpost. All but one were members of the 3rd Battalion, 16th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division.

The service members were Staff Sgt. Miguel Angel Colonvazquez, Spc. Christine Faith Armstrong, Spc. Yingming Sun, Pfc. Brandon Austin Banner, Pfc. Zachery Nathaniel Fuller, Pvt. Isaac Lee Deleon, Pvt. Eddy Raelaurin Gates, Pvt. Tysheena Lynette James, and Cadet Mitchell Alexander Winey.

"I am deeply saddened by the loss of nine brave soldiers in this training accident," Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said in a statement. "This tragedy has touched the 1st Cavalry Division, the Fort Hood community, and the entire Department of Defense. It painfully demonstrates, along with the loss of a Blue Angels ‎pilot this week, the risks our men and women in uniform take on behalf of the American people everyday.

"I am immensely grateful for the efforts of the…

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