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Pakistan military aircraft crashes, two pilots killed

Pakistan military aircraft crashes, two pilots killed
File picture of Pakistani fighter jets Image Credit: ANI

A Pakistan military aircraft crashed near an airbase on Tuesday, killing two pilots, an air force spokesman said.

The FT-7 jet came down on a routine training mission near the central district of Mianwali, the spokesman added.

He named the pilots as Squadron Leader Haris bin Khalid and Flying Officer Ibaad-ur-Rehman and said a board of inquiry would look into what caused the crash.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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