Aib reports

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180627 CENTCOM AOR MQ-9_FINAL AAIB REPORT_REDACTED.PDFAn MQ-9A crashed June 27, 2018 in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility after the pilot deviated from preferred emergency procedures following an oil leak. At the time of the incident, the 62d Expeditionary Attack Squadron Launch and Recovery Element, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, was in control of the aircraft.200116 CENTCOM AOR MQ-9_FINAL AAIB REPORT_REDACTED1/16/20201/16/20201/16/2020
190501-AETC-SHEPPARD AFB TEXAS-T-6 AIB NARRATIVE REPORT.PDFJOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – Headquarters Air Education and Training Command released its Accident Investigation Board report from the T-6A Texan II aircraft incident that occurred May 1, 2019, about 21 miles northeast of Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The Accident Investigation Board president found by a preponderance of the evidence that the cause of the mishap was pilot error resulting from pilot fixation that led to an aerodynamic stall and then failure to follow the prescribed memorized critical-action recovery checklist.190501-AETC-SHEPPARD AFB TEXAS-T-6 AIB NARRATIVE REPORT12/17/201912/17/201912/17/2019
190501-AETC-SHEPPARD AFB TEXAS-T-6 AIB MEDIA RELEASE.PDFJOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – Headquarters Air Education and Training Command released its Accident Investigation Board report from the T-6A Texan II aircraft incident that occurred May 1, 2019, about 21 miles northeast of Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The Accident Investigation Board president found by a preponderance of the evidence that the cause of the mishap was pilot error resulting from pilot fixation that led to an aerodynamic stall and then failure to follow the prescribed memorized critical-action recovery checklist.190501-AETC-SHEPPARD AFB TEXAS-T-6 AIB MEDIA RELEASE12/17/201912/17/201912/17/2019
180903-AFSOC-CANNON AFB NEW MEXICO-MQ-9A-GAAIB NARRATIVE REPORT.PDFAn MQ-9A departed the runway at an undisclosed location and crashed on landing Sept. 3, 2018. The Abbreviated Accident Investigation Board President found, by the preponderance of the evidence, the cause of the mishap to be the design of the engine.12/4/2019
181113-AETC-LAUGHLINAFB-T-38-PRESS RELEASE.PDFHeadquarters Air Education and Training Command released its Aircraft Investigation Board report from the Nov. 13, 2018, T-38C Talon mishap, that occurred at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas.181113-AETC-LAUGHLINAFB-T-38-PRESS RELEASE.PDF6/17/20196/17/20196/17/2019
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