Six Factors Named In Manas KC-135 Crash

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The loss of a U.S. Air Force Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker over Kyrgyzstan in 2013 has prompted significant changes to flight and emergency training for air force tanker crews. Three USAF personnel died when the KC-135R, call sign “Shell 77,” crashed just 11 min. after takeoff from Manas International...

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