Naval force pilot Lt. Richard Bullock was killed when his F/A-18E Super Hornet based at Naval Air Station Lemoore went down at around 2:30 p.m. on Friday.
The United States Navy has recognized the pilot killed in a Navy contestant fly accident on Friday in the Southern California plain.
The Navy said U.S. Naval force pilot Lt. Richard Bullock was killed when his F/A-18E Super Hornet based at Naval Air position Lemoore went down at around 2:30 p.m. in the space of Trona, a unincorporated Mojave exorcism people group in San Bernardino County.
No one on the ground was injured.
- Lemoore is home to Commander Strike Fighter Wing Pacific and Commander Joint walkout Fighter Wing and has 16 working Strike Fighter groups, as per its site.
- In 2019, a Navy Super Hornet crashed in Death Valley National Park during a normal generation mission, killing the pilot and somewhat harming seven park guests who were struck by rubbish.
- They had assembled at a pretty ignore where flight devotees watch military pilots speeding low through a gap pretty Star Wars Canyon, authorities said.
Last October, a Navy Super Hornet from Naval Air position China Lake similarly crashed, and in 2020 one more from Lemoore went down, both during preparing missions. The pilotssafely shot out, one in a far off southern area of Death Valley National Park close to the Nevada line and the other in the Mojave attribute.
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