Pilots eject during Navy plane crash in rural Brooks County



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Two U.S. Navy pilots ejected to safety following a military plane crash in a rural area just southwest of Kingsville.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials confirmed the crash took place in a rural area of Brooks County around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
U.S. Navy officials with the Naval Air Station in Kingsville told Action 4 News that the accident happened during a training accident aboard a T-45 C Goshawk.
The two-men crew left the air station but their plane went down about 42 miles southwest of Kingsville.
Both crew members were able to eject from the plane, were located by authorities and taken in for medical evaluation.
Lt. John Supple with the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi said military officials will retrieve the wreckage and conduct an internal investigation

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Pilots eject during Navy plane crash in rural Brooks County


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Two U.S. Navy pilots ejected to safety following a military plane crash in a rural area just southwest of Kingsville.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials confirmed the crash took place in a rural area of Brooks County around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
U.S. Navy officials with the Naval Air Station in Kingsville told Action 4 News that the accident happened during a training accident aboard a T-45 C Goshawk.
The two-men crew left the air station but their plane went down about 42 miles southwest of Kingsville.
Both crew members were able to eject from the plane, were located by authorities and taken in for medical evaluation.
Lt. John Supple with the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi said military officials will retrieve the wreckage and conduct an internal investigation

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