18.9 C
Friday, May 20, 2022

Breaking news: Taiwan’s F-16V Fighter jet crashed

An Taiwan’s F-16V fighter jet crashed in the afternoon during bombing training at the Chiayi county, and a search and rescue operation is already underway by the Taiwan coast guard and the airforce.

Taiwan's F-16V Fighter jet crashed
Taiwan’s F-16V Fighter jet Taiwan Photo by Taiwan Presidential Office Breaking news: Taiwan's F-16V Fighter jet crashed

“On January 11, the air force command of the Ministry of National Defense of Taiwan confirmed that the F-16 (aircraft number 6650) of the Chiayi military base took off at 14:55 pm (Taiwan Time) by the flight officer Chen YI to carry out routine training tasks, and at 15:26 his F-16V disappeared from the radar screens, the air force has set up a response centre to carry out search and rescue operations.” said the announcement by Taiwan’s Central News Agency.

Taiwan’s President Tsai ing-wen also directed rescuers to prioritize their efforts and make every effort to complete search and rescue tasks, and further investigate the cause of the accident with Taiwan’s F-16V Fighter jet.

She also stated, “I hope that everyone in Taiwan will cheer after the search and rescue operations are completed and that good news will arrive soon.”

GEOPOLITIKI.COM – Share the news with your friends!

Turkish Foreign Minister is tired of Swedish Foreign Minister “feminist policies”

The confrontation with the Swedish Foreign Minister was allegedly sparked by Turkish Foreign Minister...

Chechen Leader Kadyrov: “Olaf Scholz is schizophrenic – The fight is difficult”

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov acknowledged on Wednesday that Russia was facing difficulties in the...

Turkish journalist believes that “Greece will attack Turkey”

During a program that aired on the Turkish television station Ulke TV, a Turkish...

Greece acquired Electronic Warfare Equipment from South Africa

Greece is quietly arming itself and prepared to face any potential threat.According to a document of South Africa that was published, Greece, in 2021 bought electronic warfare equipment from the African state.South Africa's annual report states: "South Africa's defense industry exported Rs 3.3 billion worth of weapons, ammunition and military equipment to 67 countries worldwide last year, according to the latest figures from the State...