Training Jets Collide; Crew Safely Ejected




 
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Training Jets Collide; Crew Safely Ejected
 
November 29th, 2007  
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Training Jets Collide; Crew Safely Ejected
Washington Times
November 29, 2007
Pg. 8
Training Jets Collide; Crew Safely Ejected

SHUQUALAK, MS Two Air Force jets collided yesterday during training flights over eastern Mississippi and crashed, but all four crew members ejected safely, an Air Force spokesman said.
The T-6A Texan II primary trainers collided about midday and crashed near a Columbus Air Force Base auxiliary airfield in Shuqualak, a wooded area about 10 miles from the Alabama line, said 2nd Lt. Craig Rasley, a base spokesman.
Air Force investigators are probing the cause of the crash, Lt. Rasley said.
 


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