TuAF F-16D Block 50 crashes on landing - Pilots safe

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Unread post13 Jul 2007, 17:21

Does anybody has any more details on yesterdays crash?

See the article <a href="news_article2429.html">TuAF F-16D Block 50 crashes on landing</a>

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Unread post14 Jul 2007, 19:07

The F-16D belonged to 191 filo ("Cobra" squadron) and apparently there was a female pilot within the aircraft. Anyone who can confirm this?

http://www.ilkhabergazetesi.com/?p=4746
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Unread post16 Jul 2007, 10:48

Lieven wrote:The F-16D belonged to 191 filo ("Cobra" squadron) and apparently there was a female pilot within the aircraft. Anyone who can confirm this?

http://www.ilkhabergazetesi.com/?p=4746


The ID's of the pilot's are not released. How do we know one of them was female?
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Unread post26 Jul 2007, 10:24

Jet reported as 94-0107 HD-9
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Unread post15 Apr 2008, 10:15

The A/C belongs to 191 SQD., there is no female pilot on board. Both pilots are still flying.

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