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US military jet makes emergency landing in Poland

17.07.2019 15:40
A US Air Force F-15 fighter jet made an emergency landing in Poland on Wednesday after a bird was sucked into its engine, a Polish military spokesman said.
An F-15E
An F-15E Photo: U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Meneguin [Public domain]

The landing at an airport in Powidz, west-central Poland, was conducted in a "controlled" manner and no one was injured, added the spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Marek Pawlak.

The U.S. Air Forces in Europe command, based in Ramstein, Germany, said on its website that American fighter planes were deployed to bases in Poland, Lithuania and Estonia on Tuesday as part of Operation Rapid Forge.

It added that the manoeuvres were designed to “enhance interoperability with NATO allies and partners, improve readiness and sharpen operational capabilities.”


Source: PAP/usafe.af.mil