Cause of Indian C-130J Crash Remains Hazy

Credit: Indian Air Force
The Indian air force is investigating the March 28 crash of one of two Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules in a two-aircraft formation. Among the five men killed were the squadron’s second-in-command and a trainee pilot who was being supervised on low-level maneuvers. “A fully proficient crew was...

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