US Navy helicopter crashed into the sea off the coast of San Diego.
US Navy says a MH-60S Knighthawk helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean while conducting routine flight off the coast of…
US Navy says a MH-60S Knighthawk helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean while conducting routine flight off the coast of San Diego. No word on possible casualties.
A U.S. Navy helicopter crashed in the ocean off San Diego during a routine flight from an aircraft carrier, military officials say, and a search and rescue operation is underway.
Currently, one crewmember has been rescued and search efforts continue for the other crewmembers of an MH-60S helicopter embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) that crashed into the sea off the coast of San Diego.
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Iste Lee Terrible. Praying for them and their families! Also: There better not be any important soldiers conveniently removed, because that sh*t is not going to fly this time Joe. We remember your last helicopter crash.
Walther PPK All Navy/Marine choppers should have something like an airplane’s inflatable escape slides that can pop out with the push of a button to keep the chopper afloat. Something. Anything is better than crash & hope.