Thu, Aug 16, 2007
Search Underway For Three Missing Sailors
Three US Navy sailors are missing, following the Wednesday night
downing of an E-2C Hawkeye command and control aircraft in the
Navy officials told The Associated Press the twin-turboprop
aircraft was conducting exercises off the coast of Virginia and
North Carolina. It took off from the aircraft carrier USS Harry S
Truman at around 2300 EDT, and crashed a short time after.
Search and rescue missions are now underway, with units on the
Truman, the carrier USS Eisenhower and the Coast Guard searching
for the missing crew.
The Hawkeye belonged to training squadron VAW 120, based at
Naval Air Station Norfolk in southern Virginia. The aircraft
usually carries a crew of five, although only three were onboard
the accident flight.
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