The Navy, and Marine Corps aviation community will undergo a “safety pause”. Units will examine risk management techniques and get training on “threat and error management procedures.” In the last ten days, at least three Navy and Marine Corps aircraft had crashed. On June 8th, five Marines were killed when their MV-22B Osprey crashed near Glamis, California. A few days before the death, a F/A-18E Super Hornet pilot was killed in a training accident in California.
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