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F-16 Falcon crashed in Nevada desert 6/28...6/30 Update: Pilot did not survive
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[quote:008-80:MV8xNTQ2NjE3XzI1NTQyNDUyX0Q5QjhDODhF] [quote:Madigan] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1441985] [quote:ScrumpTheTexan] [quote:Madigan] The jet did not have live weaponry and[b] was not equipped with an active locating device,[/b] [/quote] Strange... :hmm: [/quote] More than strange. It is a lie. All military Jets have locating devices. Ground can turn them on. Wonder if he flew over Las Alamos? [/quote] This story sure does open itself up to a lot of [b]speculation[/b]. Why do you suggest Los Alamos? [/quote] AWOL [/quote]
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Air Force officials searched Tuesday for a missing pilot one day after a fighter jet crashed in the Nevada desert during training exercises.
The aircraft was participating in a combat training mission at the time of the crash, about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, said Brig. Gen. T.J. O’Shaughnessy of the 57th Wing says the F-16C Fighting Falcon.
“There was one pilot, and a search and rescue mission is under way to locate the pilot,” O’Shaughnessy told reporters during a news conference late Tuesday night.
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