A F-16 fighter jet that was on a preparation mission smashed Wednesday morning in Maryland. The pilot parachuted to security, specialists said. Authorities for Joint Base Andrews said in an announcement that the plane was a F-16C contender fly from the Air National Guard's 113th Wing. The crash occurred around 9:15 a.m., around six miles southwest of the base. The 113th Wing has its base camp at the base.
Andrews' base said in an announcement, "The air ship was flying alongside other DCANG [D.C. Air National Guard] airplane in a standard preparing mission in the more prominent Washington territory. The airplane conveyed just the pilot. The pilot launched out and supported non-life undermining wounds."
Numerous region inhabitants said they heard the sound of contender streams as right on time as 7 a.m. Wednesday, however since they are so near the army installation, they said they are accustomed to hearing such sounds. Be that as it may, a few hours after the fact, some detailed hearing a noisy blast. Some stressed it was a bomb. Many saw smoke and flares, yet couldn't see precisely where the plane had smashed. Authorities later said the plane smashed in regards to 200 yards from any homes in the zone.