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The Mull of Kintyre crash, pilots not guilty

London, UK - New inquiry of the House of Lords

On June 2nd, 1994 a RAF Chinook helicopter left Aldergrove airbase bound to Fort George, near Inverness but crashed on the Mull of Kintyre with 25 anti-terrorism experts, belonging to SAS and MI5, aboard. The accident was the most serious one suffered by the RAF in peacetime and for it the two pilots were blamed. Their families anyway never accepted the investigation conclusions, stating "gross negligence". After...

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency