Update: Lt. Col. Sean Ryan, an Army spokesman, said the 11 military personnel (not 10) have all been airlifted off Longs Peaks, CPR reports.
The two soldiers with altitude sickness are expected to make a full recovery.
A 7 News helicopter is hovering above the summit of Longs Peak to capture the rescue of 10 overdue military personnel. It has not confirmed whether the people visible at the peak are the group that requested assistance.
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Rocky Mountain National Park officials said in a statement that the group is affiliated with Fort Carson and is on the fourteener for climbing training.
7 News reports that two members of the group got altitude sickness, and that no one is lost, missing or injured.