(UPDATES) Air Force 'Stratotanker' Crashes in Kyrgyzstan

May 2013
Moderate Voice;5/6/2013, p1
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The article reports that the KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft of the U.S. has crashed in Kyrgyzstan. According to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) the three airmen who have died in the crash are captains Mark T. Voss and Victoria A. Pinckney and technical sergeant Herman Mackey. It mentions that bodies of two crew members have been found but the third person is missing.


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