Another U.S. Air Force Crash. Pilot Injured

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An F-16C Fighting Falcon takes off at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 1. An F-16C at Holloman Air Force Base crashed while landing Monday evening. The pilot was being treated for minor injuries after ejecting. (Senior Airman Jacob Wongwai/Air Force)

FOX News: US Air Force F-16 at New Mexico base, pilot injured

Crash marks the fifth incident since May

An F-16C Viper crashed during a landing Monday evening at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico and emergency crews are at the scene.

The pilot of the fighter jet managed to eject and suffered minor injuries, a statement said. An investigation is underway. The incident is the fifth fighter jet crash since May and the second F-16 crash in the past two weeks.

The jet, which crashed at about 6 p.m. local time, was assigned to the 49th Wing.


WNU Editor: This is the fifth US Air Force crash since May.

More News On A F-16C Viper Crashing During A Landing Monday Evening At Holloman Air Force Base In New Mexico

US Air Force F-16 fighter jet crashes at New Mexico base, marking service’s fifth fighter jet crash since May — Business Insider
F-16 crashes at Holloman; pilot successfully ejects — Air Force Times
Pilot Injured in F-16 Crash at Holloman Air Force Base —
US Air Force F-16 Jet Crash in New Mexico Leaves Pilot Injured — Sputnik

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