The airplane on fires, Savannah Military Aircraft United States 

Military plane falls on a highway, in the United States

The aircraft was carrying five crew members and was on a training mission. A Lockheed WC-130 aircraft of the US Air National Guard fell today afternoon after taking off from Savannah Airport (SAV), in the state of Georgia, United States. Although no details have been specified about the accident, it is known that the aircraft was carrying 5 crew members on board, who were on a training mission. The plane crashed ashore on State Highway 21 in the suburb of Port Wentworth. As a result of the accident, the Lockheed…

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Military aircraft, crash. Kenia Kenya Military Aircraft 

Military plane falls in Kenya leaving two injured

The small aircraft rushed to the ground on Wednesday afternoon in the southeast of the country. A military aircraft of registration KAF 720, belonging to the Kenyan Air Force, rushed to the ground on Wednesday afternoon in the small town of Wundanyi, Taita-Taveta County, Kenya. On board the aircraft were two soldiers, who were flying between the cities of Mombasa and Nairobi as part of a training mission. For an apparent problem in the engine rushed to the ground suffering serious injuries. The soldiers were taken to the hospital and the authorities began…

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Pave Hawks Military Helicopter Iraq Military Aircraft 

US military helicopter occupants die when crashing in Iraq

The tragedy happened yesterday afternoon in the west of the country, apparently because of a technical failure. All the occupants of a US military helicopter died yesterday afternoon in an accident in the Al Qaim district, near the border with Syria, in western Iraq. The aircraft HH-60 Pave Hawk led the international coalition in the anti-jihadist struggle and for an apparent technical failure crashed to the ground at 18:45 local time (15:45 GMT). The seven occupants of the military helicopter died on the site. A statement issued by the operations…

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16 dead in military plane crash in Mississippi

16 military service members killed in plane crash, 85 miles north of Jackson, Mississippi on July 10. The KC-130 refueling tanker took off from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, and for reasons that have not been communicated, the plane crashed into a soybean field located 85 miles north of Jackson around 4pm local time, where died all occupants. Leflore County Emergency Management Agency Director Frank Randle said that 16 bodies had been recovered after the KC-130 spiraled into the ground. Marine Corps spokeswoman Captain Sarah Burns said in a statement…

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