U.S. Navy, Marine Corps Hold Safety Stand Down Following Crashes

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Most U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aviation units were grounded for a safety pause on June 13 after a series of fatal incidents within about one week. Vice Adm. Kenneth Whitesell, commander of Naval Air Forces, ordered the stand down to review the services’ risk-management practices and train on threat...

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