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Subject More jets crashes for US military!! This time in Louisville, GA!
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MCENTIRE JOINT NATIONAL GUARD BASE, S.C. (AP) – The Latest on the crash of two South Carolina Air National Guard fighter jets in Georgia (all times local):
11:00 a.m.
First responders in eastern Georgia say the pilots of two fighter jets from the South Carolina Air National Guard that crashed at a rural bombing range were talking normally when they were found.
Jefferson County Fire Chief Jim Anderson says the pilots of the F-16C jets were taken to a hospital Tuesday night as a precaution. The planes crashed at the Bulldog Military Operations Area while on a training mission.
Anderson said the pilots did not talk about the details of the crash. They’ve returned to South Carolina for debriefing in the investigation.
Anderson says one pilot was found in a pasture and the other at the edge of some woods.
Wreckage of one of the planes was found in some woods. Crews are still looking for the other jet"
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