F-16 Crashes In Michigan Upper Peninsula

An F-16 Falcon crashed in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula during a routine training mission Tuesday, according to the 115th Fighter Wing of the Wisconsin Air National Guard. One pilot was on board.

The cause of the crash and the condition of the pilot are not known, as the crash is still under investigation. Further information will be released by the 115th Fighter Wing as more details become available.


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