Fatal Missteps Led To Cessna Collision With F-16

Credit: The wreckage of a General Electric F110-powered F-16CM (tail number 96-0085) which crashed into an uninhabited forest after the pilot ejected: U.S. Air Force
The deadly midair collision between a Lockheed Martin F-16CM and Cessna 150M over South Carolina last year shows just how difficult it is for small aircraft to spot each other and deconflict under see-and-avoid rules. An accident investigation report released by the U.S. Air Force this month says...

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