One of the Indian air force (IAF)’s new Lockheed Martin C-130J aircraft, put into service only two years ago, crashed in northern India March 28, killing all on board. The aircraft, which had recently been used in Andaman Sea operations searching for the missing MH370, crashed near Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh shortly after taking off from Agra air base some 70 mi. away. The aircraft reportedly had five IAF personnel on board, including two wing commanders and two squadron leaders, ...
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