Бред от каклапитораса Сырьжи и йопнутого Оксида вакуума. Это случается всегда и везде...Только полные дегенераты из этого слона делают...вот тут список за 2015
An UH-60A Black Hawk, 81-23560, c/n 70-281, assigned to 1-140 Avn. Co., California Army National Guard, out of Los Alamitos Army Airfield, California, suffers a hard landing at Ramona Airport, California, at ~1800 hrs. ending up on its starboard side. The crew received minor injuries and were treated at the scene then transported to hospital for further examination. "A statement issued by the National Guard said the helicopter sustained significant damage, but did not say why the pilot had to make the forced landing." A team from the NTSB arrived on the morning of 21 January. Airframe was removed by 1530 hrs. on 22 January and taken on a flatbed trailer to Joint Training Base Los Alamitos. Ramona Airport reopened to traffic at 1700 hrs.
A Greek Air Force General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed during takeoff from Albacete Airport, Spain. Ten people were killed, including two Greek pilots and eight French military personnel on the ground. Twenty-one were injured, including six seriously injured.
A Philippine Air Force SF-260FH on a training flight crashed into a sea in Nasugbu, Batangas. The plane was flying in formation with two other planes. Two of the plane's pilots were killed.
An Indian Air Force MiG 21 on a training flight crashed into a sea in Gujurat, India. The plane crashed during a routine training exercise. The pilot ejected and was recovered shortly after.
An USMC F/A-18D impacted wooded terrain east of Statenville, Georgia. Both pilots ejected and sustained minor injuries.
Two Turkish Air Force RF-4E collided in mid-air and crashed during reconnaissance flights in the Akçadağ district of Turkey's Malatya province. All four pilots died
A Pakistani Air Force Dassault Mirage 5 crashed due to adverse weather conditions on a routine training flight. Both pilots died in the crash.
A Turkish Air Force F-4E-2020 Terminator from 112 Filo "Devils" of Eskisehir crashed under unknown circumstances during a training mission. Both pilots, Captain Mustafa Tanis and Captain Mustafa Delikanli did not or were not able to eject.
An Indian Air Force SEPECAT Jaguar crashed due to technical issues. The pilot ejected safely.
Seven Marines and four soldiers were missing early Wednesday, 11 March, after an Army Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed during a night training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base. Base officials said the Marines are part of a Camp Lejeune-based special operations group and the soldiers were from a Hammond, Louisiana-based National Guard unit. The helicopter was reported missing around 2030 hrs, and went down near Range A-17, east of the Navarre Beach Bridge Tuesday and search and rescue crews found debris from the crash around 0200 Wednesday, Eglin spokesman Andy Bourland said. "At this time all are missing," Bourland said. Names of those involved were being withheld pending notification of next of kin, he said. Bourland said the Army helicopter took off from a nearby airport in Destin and joined other aircraft in the training exercise. Bourland said that the second UH-60 on the training mission was not involved in the crash and all of its crew were accounted for. The aircraft are assigned to the 1-244th Assault Helicopter Battalion in Hammond, Louisiana. The aircraft apparently struck the surface of Santa Rosa Sound,in Navarre, as wreckage and human remains have been recovered from both shores of the waterway. Heavy fog slowed recovery operations.
A Pakistani Air Force Mirage fighter jet crashed during a routine flight. The pilot ejected and was rescued.
Two Vietnam People's Air Force Su-22M4 collided mid-air and crashed in the South China Sea. Both pilots ejected but are still being searched for by Vietnamese search and rescue.
A Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crashed, killing eight people, including the ambassadors of Norway and the Philippines.
A Spanish Air Force Airbus A400M Atlas crashed on take-off from San Pablo Airport, Seville. Four people were killed and two were seriously injured.
A U.S. Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet of NAS Oceana-based VFA-211 crashed into the Persian Gulf after launching off the USS Theodore Roosevelt. A 5th Fleet spokesman could not confirm whether the crash was due to pilot error or aircraft malfunction, adding that those details will be sorted out in an investigation to follow. Both aviators ejected and were quickly recovered by search and rescue personnel. "We're grateful for the quick work of the search and rescue pilots, and we're grateful that they're on the ship and undergoing medical care, and appear to be doing well," Cmdr. Kevin Stephens told Navy Times. Initial reports indicate both are conscious and alert, and without serious injury," 5th Fleet said.
A U.S. Marine Corps Bell UH-1Y "Venom" Huey, BuNo 168792, 'SE-08', of Camp Pendleton-based HMLA-496 "Vengeance" was declared missing in the Charikot Region of the Himalaya Mountains while conducting humanitarian relief operations in the wake of the Magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck the region earlier. The following is a statement from PACOM: "On May 12, at approximately 10 p.m. JST, a UH-1Y Huey with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469 in support of Joint Task Force 505 was declared missing while supporting Operation Sahayogi Haat." The Nepalese Army discovered the crash site on Friday, May 15th. All eight servicemembers aboard are deceased. The six U.S. Marines are: Capt Dustin R. Lukasiewicz, Capt Christopher L. Norgen, Sgt Ward M. Johnson IV, Sgt Eric M. Seaman, Cpl Sara A. Medina and LCpl Jacob A. Hug. The two Nepalese soilders are: Tapendra Rawal and Basanta Titara.
One Marine was killed when MV-22B Osprey, BuNo 168020, c/n D0150, of VMM-161, 'YR-01', from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit experienced a hard-landing mishap, burned, while conducting training aboard Marine Corps Training Area – Bellows at ~1140 hrs., Hawaii time. Twenty-one Marines and a U.S. Navy corpsman were aboard at the time, and all other 21 have been transported to local hospitals for assessment and treatment. The Marines were conducting routine sustainment training at the time. The 15th MEU departed San Diego 10 May on a seven-month deployment to the Pacific Command and Central Command areas of operation. The cause of the incident is under investigation. Military officials confirmed the death of a second Marine, in hospital on 19 May. "Family members and sources close to the victim identified him as Matt Determan and said he died Tuesday from injuries sustained during the crash, which also killed 24-year-old Lance Corporal Joshua Barron and injured 20 others. At least two of the Marines who were injured in the crash remained hospitalized in stable condition on Tuesday, according to a Marine Corps. spokesperson."
A U.S. Navy aviator ejects from a T-45C Goshawk, 'A', of VT-9, based at NAS Meridian, Mississippi, when he overruns runway 29 at Halsey Field, NAS North Island, California, at ~1400 hrs. PDT with both pilot and airframe ending up in San Diego Bay. Civilian boaters rescue the pilot who is conveyed to UC San Diego Medical Center for examination. He was treated and released. The airframe, which came to rest upright partially submerged in shallow water was retrieved by a crane as night fell. The pilot, who was not named, was conducting a routine training mission to prepare for aircraft carrier landing qualifications, according to the Navy. List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (2010–present): 2015