A civilian cargo aircraft crash at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan left all seven crew members, including five people from Michigan dead. According to reports, a National Airlines Boeing 747-400, was carrying vehicles and other cargo when it crashed at about 7 a.m. eastern standard time, shortly after takeoff from the military base. Investigation into the crash continues. Records show that there were four pilots, two mechanics and a load master, who is responsible for making sure that the weight and balance of the cargo is appropriate, on board at the time. No passengers were aboard. National Airlines did not immediately release the names, ages or hometowns of the crew members pending notification of next-of-kin. Until just recently National Airlines was based in Ypsilanti at Willow Run Airport and. Reports say the Taliban claimed responsibility for Monday’s crash, but the U.S. officials say those claims are false.