After Deadly Aviation Crashes, Congress May Tighten Pentagon Focus on Why

Posted on AllSides June 8th, 2022
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Congress may tighten requirements on Pentagon aviation safety reporting following a string of crashes that have killed six and injured at least four servicemembers since March. 

Those include the June 3 loss of an F/A-18E Super Hornet and pilot Lt. Richard Bullock and the June 6 crash of an AH-64 Apache helicopter that injured two Army crew members. 

In its mark for the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, the House Armed Services readiness subcommittee inserted language requiring the Deputy Defense Secretary to report annually on the findings and focus of a joint aviation safety...

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