Turkish Air Force F-16 fighter jet Crashed in Nevsehir Province

Turkish Air Force F-16 fighter jet Crashed in Nevsehir Province


A Turkish Air Force  F-16 fighter jets  crashed in the Central Anatolian province of Nevsehir, some 260 kilometers (161 miles) southeast of capital Ankara.

The Turkish army’s General Staff said that one  military “personnel” was killed in fighter jet crash he further added that  search and rescue teams retrieved his body . Medical teams and firefighters were dispatched to the rural area in Nevsehir’s Ovaoren village on time

Turkish fighter jets have been conducting bombings targets in the Syrian city of Afrin . Turkey armed forces have started operation Operation Ramo de Oliveira, a massive cross-border action aimed at “cleaning up” the Syrian city of Afrin from the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), which Ankara regards as a terrorist group and an extension of the banned Turkish Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

F-16 jets conducted strikes on six targets in Afrin, while the Turkish Armed Forces simultaneously launched artillery shelling from the Kilis province, bordering Syria.

Earlier in the day, bombardment by Turkish warplanes killed four men in the Kurdistan Region.

The reason of crash is still unknown . Investigation of fighter jet crash  is started

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