Emergency landing made in public park
Emergency landing made in public park
US Navy TH-57B rolled over onto its starboard side during a night training flight. Instructor and student not seriously injured
7 Marines and 4 Army personnel killed in poor visibility on Florida coast. The missing Marines were from a special operations regiment out of Camp LeJeune in North Carolina – identified as Capt. Stanford Henry Shaw III , Master Sgt. Thomas Saunders, Staff Sgt. Liam Flynn, Staff Sgt. Trevor P. Blaylock , Staff Sgt. Kerry… Read more »
Training accident of a SeaRanger out of Whiting Field NAS, rolling over onto its side while landing
Precautionary landing shortly after take off – MH-53E is currently focus of safety inspections regarding wiring and fuel lines
Crashed on night training flight. Ended up on its starboard side. All six personnel aboard the helicopter survived the crash and were transported to nearby medical facilities for evaluation
Rolled on its side while landing during a routine training mission. All five crew members aboard — two pilots and three enlisted aircrew — are accounted for and safe with no significant injuries. All five crew members were transported to Naval Air Station Fallon medical facilities for evaluation. Recovered by a Chinook 11-Sep-14
Both instructor and student injured in training flight accident at NAS Whiting Field
Crashed into the ocean. Four of five POB rescued, but two of the four later died, named as pilot Lt. Wesley Van Dorn and Naval Aircrewman 3rd Class Brian Collins. Search for fifth person – pilot Lt. Sean Christopher Snyder – was later abandoned
US Navy helicopter crashed and fell onto its side in a landfill site. 2 injured of 4 POB
Safe emergency landing with no injuries to 3 POB
An MH-60S assigned to HSC-6 crashed in the central Red Sea Sept. 22, while operating with the guided-missile destroyer USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110). Three personnel are accounted for and stable but two perished – named as Lt. Cmdr. Landon L. Jones and CW3 Jonathon Shelby Gibson. The crash was not due to any sort… Read more »
Two members of the FBI’s ultra-elite Hostage Rescue Team (Special Agents Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw) were killed during a training accident involving a helicopter off the coast of Virginia Beach. The military statement said very little except that it encountered unspecified difficulties and the agents fell a “significant distance.”
Precautionary landing today at Terra Nova Park in Chula Vista. No one was injured as a result of the landing and there was no damage to the aircraft.
Heavy landing, all 4 POB hospitalized, post crash fire, live ammunition on board
Helicopter crashed killing 2 of the 5 POB – later named as Senior Chief Aviation Warfare Systems Operator Sean P. Sullivan, 40, of St. Louis, MO, and Naval Aircrewman (Helicopter) 2nd Class Joseph P. Fitzmorris, 31, of West Monroe, LA. Â The helicopter was assigned to Helicopter Mine Countermeasure Squadron 15, based in Norfolk, Va and… Read more »
Emergency landing made in rice paddy field after indication of onboard fire during training flight.Â helicopter completely burned out on the ground after all occupants had swiftly embarked after the emergency landing
There were no injuries among the crewmen aboard and the helicopter suffered no damage as a result of the precautionary landing.Â 8 POB.Â C ode 540 from the press photo (link 2) leads us to believe this was Bu164771
MQ-8B operating in northern Afghanistan crashed while conducting a routine surveillance mission in support of Regional Command North.
MQ-8B Fire Scout operating off USS Simpson (FFG-56) was ditched at sea upon returning from a maritime surveillance mission in support of Africa Partnership Station. The air vehicle was unable to achieve UAS Common Automated Recovery System (UCARS) lock on, a requirement for landing aboard a ship at sea. After multiple approaches and exhaustive troubleshooting… Read more »
All five members of a Navy helicopter crew are reported to be unhurt after crashing during a training mission on the edge of the Sierra Nevada.
Crashed from 20-25 ft on climb out, heavy landing with wheels broken off and fuselage impacting ground
Precautionary stop after indication of mechanical problems, while en route from EAA AirVenture back to its base in Indiana.Â Landed at 9.45am and after being checked over and cleared to fly, departed 3.45pm
Emergency landing made in field.Â No apprarent external damage.Â Likely on training operations out of NAS Pensacola
The UAV was delivering intelligence data from about 5,000-7,000 ft. as expected, and there was no immediate sign of a command and control problem or mechanical malfunction, a program source says. This may mean it was shot down.
Sonar buoy fell from helicopter and landed in farm field
22-Jul-09 Sikorsky SH-60 Fort Pickett, US-Virginia
19-May-09 165117 Sikorsky HH-60H off San Diego, US-California
7-May-09 Sikorsky MH-53 Malaquite Beach, US-Texas
10-Feb-09 166363 Sikorsky MH-60S 17m SE NAS Fallon, US-Nevada