Incorrect Trimming Caused Hellenic F-16 Crash In Spain, Probe Shows

Credit: Lockheed Martin
LONDON – French military air crash investigators probing the loss of a Hellenic air force F-16 in Spain in January say the aircraft was incorrectly trimmed as it took off. Both crewmembers on board the Greek two-seat F-16D died when the aircraft yawed heavily to the right, sending it crashing into a...

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