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Originally posted by Spectre
A Tennessee Valley Authority spokeswoman said high-voltage lines 75 feet over the Watts Bar Lake were severed. Eyewitnesses reported hearing a boom and seeing the jet ''swerving back and forth'' as it flew with another aircraft, but Navy official refuse to speculate on the cause of the accident. Reports differ on the type of mission the aircraft was conducting, ranging from a routine navigational training mission to a return flight from a fly-over of a NASCAR race. [Edited on 30-3-2004 by Banshee]
Originally posted by smirkley
What is that now, THREE fighters crashed or burned in the US in ONE WEEK !
I wonder what the total value of these were?!
Originally posted by intelgurl
arg! you're right! I stand corrected.
but still, flying back to Atlanta same day would probably have been his standard operating procedure, they don't generally do "lay-overs" like that.