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UAE military training jet crashes, pilot killed

Abu Dhabi, June 17 (IANS/WAM) A United Arab Emirates (UAE) military training jet crashed Sunday during a routine training mission, killing the pilot, a military statement said.

Jun 16 2013, 6:54pm CDT | by

UAE military training jet crashes, pilot killed
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Abu Dhabi, June 17 (IANS/WAM) A United Arab Emirates (UAE) military training jet crashed Sunday during a routine training mission, killing the pilot, a military statement said.

According to the Armed Forces General Headquarters, competent authorities were inspecting the scene of the incident to investigate what caused it.

--IANS/WAM

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