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AN-32 Crash: Six Bodies, Remains of Seven Others Found in Arunachal Pradesh

Jun 20, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The AN-32 aircraft went missing on June 3 after taking off from Assam’s Jorhat for the Menchuka advance landing ground.

Will Go Into Details Of AN-32 Aircraft Crash, Ensure It Does Not Happen Again: IAF Chief

Jun 15, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

IAF chief B S Dhanoa's comments come days after the wreckage of the IAF aircraft was found in a remote area in Arunachal Pradesh more than a week after it went missing with 13 people on board.


Black Box Of IAF AN-32 Aircraft Recovered

On Tuesday, the wreckage of the aircraft was spotted 16 kms north of Lipo in Arunachal's West Siang district at an approximate elevation of 12,000 ft by an IAF Mi-17 helicopter.

All 13 Air Force Personnel On Board AN-32 Dead

Jun 13, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The Russian-origin AN-32 aircraft was going from Jorhat in Assam to Menchuka advanced landing ground near the border with China on June 3 when it lost contact with ground staff at 1 pm, within 33 minutes of taking off.


Massive Rescue Mission Underway In Arunachal To Reach IAF AN-32 Crash Site

The site where the wreckage of the AN-32 has been spotted is located 16 km north of Lipo and about 12 to 15 km west of Gatte under Payum region of Shi Yomi district.

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Week After AN-32 Aircraft Goes Missing, IAF Announces Rs 5 Lakh Reward For Information

Outlook Web Bureau

While the search for the missing aircraft is on, Air Marshal RD Mathur, AOC-in-C of Eastern Air Command, has announced a cash award of Rs 5 Lakh for person(s) or group who provide credible information leading to the finding of the aircraft.


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