An F-35 from the 388th Wing Crashed in Utah USA

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An F-35 from the 388th Wing Crashed in Utah USA
An F-35A Lightning II crashed at the US state of Utah at Hill Air Force Base near Salt Lake City, according to the Air Force (USAF) 388th Fighter Wing statement on Twitter. The pilot ejected, USAF said and added that the pilot was taken to a local medical centre for observation.

Colonel Craig Andrle, commander of the 388th Fighter Wing, said at a news conference that the pilot was returning to Hill Air Force Base from a routine training mission. The cause of the crash is unknown. According to aviation procedures, the aircraft will be grounded until it is clarified whether it was a technical failure or pilot error.

An F-35 from the 388th Wing Crashed in Utah USA

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