The turboprop aircraft crashed in Foley, which is about 30 miles by air from Mobile, at about 5 p.m. CT, said Cmdr. Zach Harrell, a public affairs officer with Naval Air Forces.
Harrell said the names of the deceased would be released after relatives have been notified. The plane is typically occupied by a student pilot and an instructor.
The Navy is not aware of any civilian casualties, Harrell said.
A home caught fire after the plane crashed but the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office also said no one on the ground was injured.
There are 245 T-6Bs based at the Navy’s two aviation training bases, Naval Air Station Whiting Field, which is located 24 miles northeast of Pensacola, Florida, and Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas. Six additional T-6B aircraft are stationed at the US Navy Test Pilot School in Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland.
The airfield is about 45 miles from the crash site.
CNN reached out to the Federal Aviation Administration, which had no further comment.