Does the crash occur frequently? All aircraft of the US Air Force will be grounded for one day

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 Does the crash occur frequently? All aircraft of the US Air Force will be grounded for one day


According to the Agence France-Presse reported in May 10th, according to the Agence France-Presse reported in May 8th, U.S. officials said the US Air Force was ready to leave all aircraft for one day and receive safety checks due to a serious accident. Reported that the United States Air Force active duty unit and maintenance personnel can choose their own date of completion, the latest time is May 21st. The time limit for the pilots and crew is longer. The air force chief of staff, Admiral David Goldfein, said, I ordered this security check to allow commanders to assess and discuss the security of operational operations and to listen to the feedback of the front-line soldiers. In recent years, the U. S. air force F-15C aircraft has been in the air accidents and crash events. There are signs that the rise in the accident rate is associated with the start of the budget reduction in 2013. The latest accident occurred in May 2nd, when a great WC-130 transport aircraft of the Puerto Rico Air Force National Guard crashed in Georgia, killing all 9 people on the plane. The air force stressed that the number of accidents has been reduced, but from October 1st to now, the number of killed pilots and crew has reached 18. The air force said that in the safety inspection, senior officials will collect information from the front line soldiers and ask them to point out hidden dangers. This article source: Reference News Network Editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 The picture is the US Air Force F-15C aircraft In recent years, the US military has been involved in air accidents and aircraft accidents. There are signs that the increase in accident rate is related to the budget cuts started in 2013. The air force stressed that the number of accidents has been reduced, but from October 1st to now, the number of killed pilots and crew has reached 18. The air force said that in the safety inspection, senior officials will collect information from the front line soldiers and ask them to point out hidden dangers.