Inside the Air Force - July 6, 2018

USAF cancels flight portion of light-attack experiments after fatal A-29 crash

Courtney Albon   | July 05, 2018
The Air Force has canceled the flying portion of the second phase of its light-attack experiment at Holloman Air Force Base, NM, after an A-29 Super Tucano crashed during a June 22 experimentation flight that killed the aircraft's pilot. Lt. Gen. Arnold Bunch, the Air Force's top uniformed acquisition officer, told reporters July 3 the service is doing what it can to support an ongoing safety investigation board and has opted to cancel the remaining flights and rely on data...

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