In late 2015, a parachute malfunctioned during a training exercise at Fort Carson, Colorado, the Pentagon said.
When it opened, the parachute was just a bit too small.
The Air Force was forced to put it back in place.
This time, the Army had to fix it, the Air Force said.
The result: A parachute that was nearly half-filled when deployed.
A spokesman for the Army said the issue was a matter of safety and that the Army was not aware of any injuries.
The Army said it would conduct a safety review and then issue a statement.
A spokesperson for the Air National Guard said it was still reviewing the incident and would make its own determination.
A U.S. Army general said he and other generals were asked to review the incident, but the military did not provide a timeline for the process.
The Defense Department has not released any of the documents from the accident investigation.
The U.K.’s Air Accident Investigation Branch said its investigation into the incident was ongoing and was “unable to provide any further comment.”