Video Emerges Of Marine Corps F-35B Crashing Into The Ground After A Mid-Air Collision During Refueling With A KC-130J

 

The Aviationist: Video Emerges Of Marine Corps F-35B Crashing Into The Ground After Mid-Air Collision With KC-130J 

As you probably already know by now, on Sept. 29, 2020, a U.S. Marine Corps F-35B and a KC-130J belonging to the VMGR-352 “Raiders” based at MCAS Miramar, were involved in a mid-air collision during AAR (Air-to-Air Refueling) operations. 

The F-35B, callsign VOLT 93 crashed, while the KC-130J, callsign RAIDER 50, performed a safe crash landing on a field near Thermal Airport, California. 

The single pilot aboard the STOVL (Short Take Off Vertical Landing) variant of the Lightning II stealth jet ejected safely and the Super Hercules crew members survived. The pretty intense audio of the incident was posted by a user at the LiveATC forum.  

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