Japans 2 F2 fighters damaged the tail part of the air and dropped parts.

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 Japans 2 F2 fighters damaged the tail part of the air and dropped parts.


According to Kyodo News Agency, at 3:50 p.m., two fighter planes belonging to the Japan Aviation Self-Defense Force had an accidental collision during training over Nagasaki Prefecture. After the accident, the two fighter planes could continue to fly and return to the building base of Fukuoka County around 4:30 p.m. 2 pilots were not injured, and two fighters were damaged to varying degrees.

Japans Air Self Defense Force said the two planes collided 1 hours after taking off from the base. They had already completed training at sea and had an unexpected contact when they confirmed whether there was any abnormality in each others bodies. One of the vertical tails was damaged while the missile launcher and fuel tank beneath the other main wing were damaged. Fighters did not carry missiles during training. The Japanese air self defense force is investigating the situation in detail. The construction base said that no one had been notified of injuries caused by falling parts and that the runway of the base had not been affected. The F-2 fighter was jointly developed by the United States and Japan and opened in Japan in 2000. Earlier reports said that Japans Ministry of Defense planned to retire the aging F-2 fighters around 2030, develop a new generation of fighters or introduce more advanced fighters from the United States. Source: overseas network editor: Li Hang _BJS4645

Japans Air Self Defense Force said the two planes collided 1 hours after taking off from the base. They had already completed training at sea and had an unexpected contact when they confirmed whether there was any abnormality in each others bodies. One of the vertical tails was damaged while the missile launcher and fuel tank beneath the other main wing were damaged. Fighters did not carry missiles during training.

The Japanese air self defense force is investigating the situation in detail. The construction base said that no one had been notified of injuries caused by falling parts and that the runway of the base had not been affected.

The F-2 fighter was jointly developed by the United States and Japan and opened in Japan in 2000. Earlier reports said that Japans Ministry of Defense planned to retire the aging F-2 fighters around 2030, develop a new generation of fighters or introduce more advanced fighters from the United States.