B-52 bomber crashes on Guam


    Anderson air force base states 7 team members were unhurt when airplane from Pacific bomb squadron came down on air travel line minutes after launch

    < img src =' https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/53628200b52ddf78b883bc14680b29de78832c90/0_0_3500_2101/3500.jpg?w=1200&q=55&auto=format&usm=12&fit=max&s=9b6c53194c97be5311c19adb601ab419'/ > A B-52H Stratofortress bomber has actually been ruined in an intense crash quickly after launch at a United States air force base in Guam. All 7 team members endured and fled securely from the wreckage, military authorities stated.

    The airplane crashed around 8.30 am on Wednesday on the air travel line at Andersen air force base, which joins the town of Yigo in the United States area, the base stated in a declaration.

    Pictures published by regional media presented to the intense consequences where the airplane appeared to have actually been totally burnt out.

    May 19, 2016 Guam Homeland Security Press Release: The Offices of Homeland Security and Civil Defense pic.twitter.com/crRX9cU6FV The team members were from the 69th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron and had actually been removing on a regular training objective when the airplane crashed, the armed force stated. The cause was under examination. The air force stated the bomber had actually been deployed to the United States area from Minot, North Dakota, as part of the armed forces KUAM News (@guamnews_kuam)