Aib reports

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180622 - AFMC - Holloman AFB - A-29 - AIB Narrative ReportAn Air Force Materiel Command Accident Investigation Board identified the cause of the crash of an A-29 Super Tucano at the Red Rio Bombing Range, New Mexico on June 22, 2018 as over control of the aircraft, followed by a failure to apply adequate recovery control inputs.AFMC-2019-00012/22/20192/22/20192/22/2019
170821_ACC_USCENTCOM_MQ1B_AAIB_NARRATIVE REPORT.PDFAn MQ-1B Predator remotely piloted aircraft lost connection to operating flight crew systems and subsequently crashed in the Central Command’s area of responsibility August 21, 2017, according to an Air Combat Command Accident Investigation Board report released today.170821_ACC_USCENTCOM_MQ1B_AAIB_NARRATIVE REPORT2/13/20192/13/20192/13/2019
170821_ACC_USCENTCOM_MQ1B_PRESS RELEASE.PDFAn MQ-1B Predator remotely piloted aircraft lost connection to operating flight crew systems and subsequently crashed in the Central Command’s area of responsibility August 21, 2017, according to an Air Combat Command Accident Investigation Board report released today.170821_ACC_USCENTCOM_MQ1B_PRESS RELEASE2/13/20192/13/20192/13/2019
170817_ACC_USCENTCOM_MQ1B_AAIB_PRESS RELEASE.PDFAn MQ-1B Predator remotely piloted aircraft crashed August 17, 2017, in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility while forward-deployed and participating in a combat support mission. At the time of the mishap, the aircraft was being operated by an aircrew from the 432d Air Expeditionary Wing, Creech Air Force Base, Nevada. After normal transfer of aircraft control from the Launch and Recovery Element, commonly known as a Gaining Handover, the pilot observed the aircraft execute an unrecoverable flight maneuver without pilot flight control inputs.170817_ACC_USCENTCOM_MQ1B_AAIB_PRESS RELEASE1/30/20191/30/20191/30/2019
170817_ACC_USCENTCOM__MQ1B_AAIB_NARRATIVE REPORT.PDFAn MQ-1B Predator remotely piloted aircraft crashed August 17, 2017, in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility while forward-deployed and participating in a combat support mission. At the time of the mishap, the aircraft was being operated by an aircrew from the 432d Air Expeditionary Wing, Creech Air Force Base, Nevada. After normal transfer of aircraft control from the Launch and Recovery Element, commonly known as a Gaining Handover, the pilot observed the aircraft execute an unrecoverable flight maneuver without pilot flight control inputs.170817_ACC_USCENTCOM__MQ1B_AAIB_NARRATIVE REPORT1/30/20191/30/20191/30/2019
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