Airmen on training flight eject from F-16 during landing

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January 2, 2013 15:27

 
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A pilot and his navigator ejected from their F-16 fighter jet during a landing at the Ramat David airbase in northern Israel on Wednesday.

The airmen escaped without injury, and have been taken for a medical examination.

During the landing phase of the flight, the jet had been traveling at around 300 kilometers an hour.

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