The Air Force has identified the seven airmen killed the evening of March 15 when their HH-60G Pave Hawk crashed near the city of Al-Qa’im in western Iraq. The crash does not "appear to be a result of enemy activity,” though it remains under investigation, according to a release.
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An Air Force Reserve C-5M Super Galaxy cargo plane made an emergency landing a JBSA-Lackland in Texas Thursday, the Air Force said, because of a nose landing gear problem. The airplane was on its way back from a local training mission, according to the announcement. Eleven personnel were on the plane, with no reported injuries.
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