Officials have identified the F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot killed in an Oct. 25 midair crash as 1st Lt. Jorma D. Huhtala.
A search continues for a missing Air Force pilot whose F-16 crashed yesterday in the Utah desert.Another pilot ejected before the collision and landed safely. The Air Force says he was treated for minor injuries and released.
Two F-16 fighter jets collided Friday in the desert west of a training base. One pilot reportedly survived and the condition of the other was not known.
Two F-16s from the 388th Fighter Wing crashed over the Utah Test and Training Range at approximately 14.45h local time Friday.
Air Force investigators have determined a fatigue crack in a high-pressure turbine blade led to the catastrophic engine failure that resulted in the crash of an F-16 Fighting Falcon.
A military training jet based in Montgomery, Alabama (USA), crashed short of Hattiesburg airport Wednesday but the pilot managed to eject safely.
The pilot of an F-16 Fighting Falcon from the 27th Fighter Wing died when his aircraft crashed approximately 50 miles west of the base Sept. 9.
A farmer in southeastern Turkey filed a suit in Turkish court Monday for $50,000 in damages, the amount he says U.S. officials promised him after an American F-16 fighter jet crashed on his farm last year.
An Air Force investigations board has determined that pilot error caused a fatal F-16 crash near Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, in March. Luke A. Johnson, 26, died in the crash, which happened as he was preparing to land at the base. His F-16CJ aircraft crashed into a wooded area about two miles from the runway while returning at about 9 p.m. March 20 from a night tactical-intercept training mission.
Pilot error caused the Jan. 10 crash of an Air National Guard F-16 near the Garden State Parkway, officials said yesterday.
A pilot's failure to accurately perform standard flight procedures while rejoining other aircraft caused an F-16C to crash near the Warren Grove Bombing Range, near Atlantic City, N.J., Jan. 10, Air Force officials announced today.
An F-16 fighter jet on a training mission from Luke Air Force Base crashed into the desert Wednesday in southwestern Arizona. The pilot ejected safely.
Misawa pilot Maj. Chad Miller (USAF) safely ejected from his F-16C aircraft over the Sea of Japan during routine training Monday. He floated upon the Sea of Japan in his lifeboat for less than an hour when Japanese fisherman Kunitaka Yamazaki pulled him aboard his fishing vessel.
A 23rd Fighter Squadron pilot died Wednesday night when his F-16CJ crashed two miles northeast of Spangdahlem Air Base.
A blown nose-gear tire caused the Oct. 17 crash of an F-16 fighter during takeoff roll at Hill AFB, Utah, according to Air Force officials investigating the incident.