Early Thursday morning, a Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet was attempting an aerial refueling from a KC-130 tanker aircraft when something went wrong. While the details regarding the incident remain sparse, it has since been confirmed that both Marines aboard the Hornet were recovered — with one receiving medical care and the other, Capt. Jahmar F. Resilard, 28, of Miramar, Fla., declared dead shortly after being discovered. The crew of the KC-130, however, have not been found since.

An international search and rescue effort that saw cooperation from American, Japanese and Australian assets, continued for five days until the Marine Corps called off the search yesterday, declaring the five missing Marines dead.

Now, the Marine Corps has identified the Marines lost in the KC-130 that went down. All five Marines were assigned to the Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron (VMGR) 152. Here are their names and details of their service, as released by the Department of Defense by way of USNI:

Lt. Col. Kevin R. Herrmann, 38, of New Bern, N.C.