Pilot Died in Pakistani Air Force Jet Crashes


ISLAMABAD: A Pakistan Air Force plane smashed on Saturday while on a preparation mission in the nation's northwest, killing the pilot, the military said. 

The F-7 air ship went down close to the town of Jamrud, close to the passageway to the Khyber Pass, and Flight Lieutenant Amer Shazad was executed, the aviation based armed forces said in an announcement. 

The military has set up an examination concerning the reason for the accident, which it said created no non military personnel wounds on the ground.Pakistan's military have had a few air mishaps in the previous year and a half, including an accident that murdered female plane pilot in another preparation exercise in November. 

In May 2015, a military helicopter conveying representatives to review a tourism venture smashed, slaughtering seven individuals, including the envoys of Norway and Philippines.Another military helicopter being utilized as an air rescue vehicle slammed in August 2015 close to the northern area of Mansehra, executing 12 individuals..