Turkish Stars NF-5A Jet crashes, pilot killed
Turkey's military says an air force jet has crashed in central Turkey, killing the pilot.
The military says in a statement that the Northrop F-5 plane went down near the city of Konya on Tuesday during a training flight. It says the cause of the crash was under investigation.
The state-run Anadolu Agency says the plane belonged to the Air Force's aerobatic team, the Turkish Stars.
Source: 13 March 2012 - DAILY AIR FORCE NEWS
Photo: Turkish Air Force / Turkish-Stars NF-5A (Photo by © xairforces.net 2012)
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