USAF Maj. Troy L. Gilbert, the pilot of an F-16C that crashed in Iraq's Al Anbar province, about 20 mi. northwest of Baghdad on Nov. 27, has been classified as "duty status whereabouts unknown." The aircraft carried Cannon AFB, N.M., markings on the tail, near where a local resident is stepping, and was flying out of Balad AB, north of Baghdad. Gilbert is assigned to the 309th Fighter Sqdn. at Luke AFB, Ariz., and was deployed to the 332nd Expeditionary Wing. Air Force officials say the ...
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