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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 162453
Last updated: 13 June 2020
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Time:21:36 PDT
Type:Silhouette image of generic F16 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
General Dynamics F-16C
Owner/operator:Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSiAF)
Registration: 96-5028
C/n / msn: DA-12
Fatalities:Fatalities: 1 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:22 mi S of Sells, AZ -   United States of America
Phase: En route
Departure airport:Luke AFB, Arizona (LUF/KLUF)
Destination airport:Luke AFB, Arizona (LUF/KLUF)
Issued to the Republic of Singapore Air force under FMS Program: Peace Carvin III. Delivered to the Singapore Air Force Training Unit at Luke AFB, Arizona, in February 1999. Despite the attachment to a USAF unit (425th FS, 56th OG), USAF markings (including LF tail code) and being based in the US, this F-16 was the property of the Singapore Air Force (leased from the US Government).

The crash occurred at about 21:36 hours PDT (Pacific Daylight Time), south of the Barry M. Goldwater Range near Sells, Arizona*, during night training flight. Cause of crash determined to be pilot error (either G-LOC or spatial disorientation). The F-16 is reported to have dived into the ground almost vertically from 14,000 feet, the pilot having failed to recover in time from "blacking out" due to G-LOC (G-induced Loss of Conciousness)

The pilot, Lt. Loo Kwang Han, did not eject, nor did he survive the crash.



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Revision history:

22-Nov-2013 20:40 Dr. John Smith Added
22-Nov-2013 20:44 Dr. John Smith Updated [Narrative]
22-Nov-2013 20:52 Dr. John Smith Updated [Source, Narrative]
25-Feb-2019 16:27 TB Updated [Operator, Location, Source, Narrative]

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