The command of the naval forces (Navy) of the United States decided to suspend flights of military aircraft from June 13 due to the recent increase in incidents with the crash that occurred in California
“Due to the latest disasters affecting the Navy and Marine Corps aviation, the Air Force ordered on June 13 the suspension of flights of all non-deployed aviation units to assess risk management and conduct threat and error drills,” the statement said.
It is clarified that the already deployed units will suspend flights at the first opportunity.
On Thursday, June 9, the command of the El Centro Naval Aviation Base reported the crash of a military helicopter. On board were four crew members, they all survived. One of the soldiers was injured and was hospitalized.
Prior to this Wednesday, the command of the US Marine Corps reported the crash of a tiltrotor MV-22 Osprey, resulting in the death of five soldiers. According to media reports, there were nuclear materials on board the plane. What kind of nuclear materials in question is unknown.
Prior to this, it became known that the US Navy F / A-18E Super Hornet fighter also crashed in the Mojave Desert in California. As a result, the pilot died, and no one was injured on the ground during the crash.