Mirage F-1 Providing 'Adversary Air Support' to U.S.A.F. Crashes in Las Vegas, Pilot Killed

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Mirage F-1 Providing 'Adversary Air Support' to U.S.A.F. Crashes in Las Vegas, Pilot Killed
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A Mirage F1 fighter that was providing adversary air support to Nellis Air Force Base crashed on Monday, killing the pilot.

The aircraft was owned, operated and piloted by Draken US, a Florida-based company.

“Draken has received news of a downed aircraft out of Nellis AFB and the tragic loss of one of our pilots. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people and families affected by this event. We are doing everything in our power to assist them in this time of need, and we are working closely with federal, state and local authorities. Draken US is also cooperating with investigating agencies to determine what led to this tragic accident,” said Draken US.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is investigating the incident.

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