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Two Pilots Killed In Indian Army Cheetah Helicopter Crash In Arunachal Pradesh


Bomdila: An Army Aviation Cheetah helicopter flying an operational sortie near Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh was reported to have lost contact with the ATC at around 09:15am on Thursday, according to the Army sources.

Reportedly, two pilots involved in the crash have lost their lives.

The wreckage of the aircraft is found near Village Banglajaap East of Mandala and court of enquiry being ordered, said PRO Defence Guwahati.

“An Army chopper lost contact midway and could not be located while it was en route to Missamari from Senge village. At around 12.30 pm villagers from Bangjalep,” Arunachal Pradesh Police said.

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