An American navy plane crashed Friday night time within the jap Mediterranean Sea, U.S. European Command confirmed.
In a press launch, U.S. European Command (EUCOM) mentioned that the unspecified plane was conducting a coaching operation and “suffered a mishap and went down.”
The group, which is answerable for U.S. navy operations throughout Europe, parts of Asia and the Middle East, the Arctic and Atlantic Ocean, mentioned that they will “definitively say” that the mishap was “purely related to” coaching workout routines and that there are “no indications of hostile activity.”
It will not be clear what service department the personnel concerned are part of, or particulars concerning the plane or its crew.
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EUCOM additionally didn’t present any further info concerning what number of crew had been aboard the plane, saying that, “out of respect for the families affected, we will not release further information on the personnel involved at this time.”
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The explanation for the coaching incident is presently below investigation, EUCOM mentioned.
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EUCOM and the Department of Defense declined to supply any further remark to Fox News Digital.