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Isaraeli Pilots reported problem before deadly helicopter crash

An Apache helicopter Jung Yeon-je  AFP An Apache helicopter Jung Yeon-je AFP
Saul Franklin | 09 August, 2017, 00:27

Pilot David Zohar from Haifa، an Israeli Air Force pilot on reserve duty، was killed in the crash.

The Israeli air force has again temporarily grounded its Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter squadrons, following a 7 August crash which caused the death of a pilot.

The entire fleet of Apache helicopters has been grounded until the investigation is completed. According to preliminary information, military, military helicopter crashed in an accident. The craft were subsequently allowed back into service, but with a new operational restriction requiring more frequent replacement of blades and regular X-ray checks to identify cracks and other flaws.

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Before the crash at the conclusion of a training exercise Monday, the pilot alerted the tower at Ramon Airbase that the helicopter was experiencing a technical malfunction.

Liberman claimed on Twitter that the rumors were "dangerous and inhumane", and said that he would, "utilize the full force of the law against whomever started the rumors".

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