Just two weeks after a Puerto Rico Air National Guard WC-130 Hercules crashed in Georgia, killing all nine crewmembers, U.S. officials are still insisting the military aviation enterprise is not facing a “crisis.” The latest crash comes as the number of fatal military aviation accidents reached a six-year high, in both the number of accidents and the number of pilots and crewmembers killed, according to data from a comprehensive Military Times investigation. So far in fiscal ...

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