Marine Corps Issues Service-Wide Safety Review

The order comes days after three Marines were killed when an MV-22 Osprey went down in Australia during a training exercise.
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Investigation Underway after MV-22 Crashes with 23 Marines on Board

Three U.S. Marines were killed in the accident and five left in serious condition, according to officials.
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NTSB Investigation Underway After T-6 Goes Down Near Oshkosh

Local first responders launched a recovery mission in Lake Winnebago for the warbird and those onboard.
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FAA Readies to Regulate Commercial Human Spaceflight Safety 

The existing Congressional prohibition on regulating commercial human spaceflight is set to expire in October.
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Skyborne Ups Pay for Certificated Flight Instructors

The Vero Beach, Florida-based flight school's new compensation package comes as the demand for commercial pilots continues to surge.
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Marine Corps: Hard Clutch Engagement Issue Cause of Fatal MV-22B Crash

Five Marines were killed when the Osprey went down during a training exercise in Southern California in June 2022.
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First Air Force Pilot Flies T-7A Red Hawk

The T-7A training jet for fighter and bomber pilots is set to replace the 1960s-era T-38 trainer.
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FAA Seeks Feedback on New Sustainable ATC Tower Design

The FAA wants your input on the environmental impact of the new air traffic control towers designed for municipal and smaller airports.
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FAA Launching Mandatory ATC Safety Meetings

Monthly safety meetings with the controller workforce are aimed at strengthening proficiency, the agency said.
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22 Service Members Injured in MH-47 Hard Landing in Syria

According to reports, an Army Delta Force command unit was on board the Chinook at the time of the incident.
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