Indian Air Force hawk advanced trainer jet Crashed in Mayurbhunj, Odisha

Indian Air Force hawk advanced trainer jet Crashed in Mayurbhunj, Odisha

A Hawk aircraft of the Indian Air Force  crashed near the Odisha-Jharkhand border after taking off from Kalaikunda airbase in West Bengal, Pilot Eject safely from the jet and suffered  injuries

Jet was on a routine mission. The investigation has been ordered   till now the reason of crash in unknown

That perhaps the one of the first crash on Indian air force hawk crash

BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine jet-powered advanced trainer aircraft.

Hawk Mk. 132 formally entered service with the Indian Air Force (IAF) on On 23 February 2008. Now India have 103 hawk aircraft

Last month  a Microlight Virus SW-80 helicopter of the IAF crashed in Assam’s in which  two pilots Wing Commander J James and Wing Commander D Vats died in crash

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