F-35 Crash: U.S. military jet pilot calls 911 from South Carolina home after ejection. Here’s what happened to his plane
A US military F-35 fighter jet pilot, whose plane went missing and crashed, contacted emergency services. He ejected, landing in a South Carolina home, seeking help. The pilot informed 911, stating the plane had crashed, requesting rescue efforts. Remarkably, the jet continued flying unmanned, possibly due to flight control software. This raised difficulties in the search and rescue operation.
911 call shows bizarre circumstances of F-35 ejection: 'Not sure where the airplane is,' pilot says
A military pilot whose advanced fighter jet went temporarily missing over the weekend is heard repeatedly requesting an ambulance in a perplexing 911 call from the South Carolina home where he had parachuted to safety.
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