Officials at Nellis AFB, Nev., announced on June 30, 2011, that search and rescue teams have found conclusive evidence that a pilot whose F-16 crashed two days before in the Nevada desert about 120 miles north of Las Vegas did not survive the mishap. Evidence from the crash site shows that the pilot did not eject from the aircraft prior to impact, they said. The F-16 was participating in a combat training mission from Nellis when it went down. Here, a Nellis F-16 during a sortie.
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