South Korea Grounds All KAI Surions After Crash

Credit: Surion: ROK marine corps
SEOUL—South Korea has grounded military and civilian Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) Surion helicopters following a fatal crash on July 17 in which the main rotor of a Surion broke off in flight. In a video released by the defense ministry, the marine corps Surion that crashed is seen climbing...

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