As Righting Injustice previously reported, this summer has been a deadly one for U.S. military aviation and the pattern of noncombat crashes continued last Friday. Another U.S. Black Hawk crashed around 7 p.m. local time off the coast of Yemen during a training mission, according to a press release from U.S. Central Command. Five of the six crew members were rescued and the military conducted a search throughout the weekend for the sixth crew member. As of Monday, ArmyTimes confirmed that the service member is still missing and the search is ongoing. The crash occurred while the helicopter was “conducting ... Read More
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