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Bodies of Turkish jet crew shot down by Syria found

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July 4th, 2012, 2:41 pm #1

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
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July 4th, 2012, 5:02 pm #2

No surprise that an infidel power found it first.

I can donate a Campbell's soup can to Turkey so they can store the bodyparts of their war criminal pilots.

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July 4th, 2012, 5:26 pm #3

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Why didn't they eject?

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July 4th, 2012, 5:46 pm #4

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Since they found the bodies and have not found the plane, I assume they did eject and subsequently drowned.





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July 4th, 2012, 5:54 pm #5

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
When it comes to dead service men/women, if u dont have anything constructive to say just STFU u obnoxious dumb-azz grease head!

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July 4th, 2012, 6:22 pm #6

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
The Turkish military is a war criminal and narco-terrorist organization responsible for terrorizing the region and processing and trafficking most the heroin to the European market. See:
http://web.archive.org/web/200902230433 ... chive.html
Here is a recent example of the criminality of their military, a Turkish court revealed an undercover unit of their military and their Malatya gendarmerie organized the killing of 2 Turkish apostates from Islam and a German Christian for publishing Christian works:
http://www.todayszaman.com/columnist-28 ... tians.html

Their pilots are no innocents or noble people to be respected, you can stfu Iranian refugee on your high-horse. Those scum Turkish pilots were taking aerial intelligence on Assad's Syria to funnel info to the Islamic fundamentalists and Al-qaeda members known as the Free Syrian Army, hosted on Turkish soil and abetted by the narc-terrorist Turkish government. Those pilots remains deserve to be in Campbell's soup cans, and I can give plenty of cans to the narco-terrorist Turkish state, as I have sympathy and humanity even to extend to my mortal enemies who don't deserve any.

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July 4th, 2012, 6:43 pm #7

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
b*tch please, scum like u always talk big in the comfort of your living room.

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July 4th, 2012, 6:54 pm #8

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Last time I checked he lived with latins and blacks. I bet if one of them asks if he wants to shoot some hoops he will reply by :''No sorry,got muslims to bash and read Jihadwatch on the internet''. Must have no friends at all lmao.



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July 4th, 2012, 6:58 pm #9

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Your incest loving Turkish cousins are the ones who love talking big, a recent example:
G&T Thread: Why we Turks should never leave the SE to kekos?

istanbul_since_1453): June 30 2012 ... If the day comes and all kurdish existence is to be wiped off the lands of Turkey, I'm sure everyone will be ready to die so our kids can have a bright future. But to die "killing terrorists" while our parliament and cities are filled with terrorists is illogical and unfair.
The Waff Turkic scum know well what their state and genocidal military stand for. I don't need to listen to stupid untrue platitudes from some ignorant wannabe tolerance romantic Iranian "atheist" who is a big defender of Islam.

The Turks talk big and make lots of threats, but the same Syria that could not down a single Israeli aircraft in decades of mutual hostilities, easily took down their amateur pilots. Not only did they not cash in their threats, but their incapable navy and search & rescue, needed Americans to do their work for them! But all in all, I am still humanitarian enough to donate tin cans so these Turkish pilots bodyparts can be stored before burial in a pet cemetery in Anatolia.

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July 4th, 2012, 7:02 pm #10

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Istanbul since is a well known retard who says the weirdest nonsense. I haven't taken him serious the past 2 years and yet you are still worked up by that phaggot? Pathetic.



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July 4th, 2012, 7:08 pm #11

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
I am just pointing out how Turks themselves on this forum perceive their security forces, as they know well their national mentality. The consensus of WAFF Turks is that when international conditions and circumstances allow it, they should use their military to "Armenian"(genocide) the Kurds.

I don't know why you even defend these fake secular munafiq Turks. Your jihadi brothers will be sad if I show them your comments.

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July 4th, 2012, 7:19 pm #12

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Nikephoros how about you keep worshipping the people who raped your nation ?



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July 4th, 2012, 7:21 pm #13

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Half of the ''Turks'' in GT aren't even real Turks if you haven't noticed. The most authentic member I can think of is Eddy. All the rest are proxy having trolls. Members like Turkishdomination sword of revenge and other members,about 50%. One or two people who made a bunch of accounts.

Istanbul since is only good for asking about the weather and the conditions on the beach. Than you can kindly ask him to feck off.

What the majority of Greek members say is retarded as well. Sensational crap by Kallimacho's,panos1980 and the whole Kurdistan fantasy.

You should certainly take nothing serious over here.



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July 4th, 2012, 8:34 pm #14

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Very classy nikiwhorous - although not surprising, because of you being a greek nazi jew you posses all the qualities of a genuine phuck up. You are a pedophile kunt. You need to get gang banged by brothers in Folsom.
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July 4th, 2012, 8:48 pm #15

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Class, tolerance and composure is seen as a weakness by Mahometan Turkish scum to exploit:
http://www.jihadwatch.org/2012/04/nicol ... minal.html

Nicholai Sennels: ... One important example is that Western diplomacy and foreign policy must take such cultural differences into account. There is no doubt that when we meet extreme Islamic governments and organizations with suggestions of compromise and dialogue, the average Muslim voter on their streets expect their Islamic leaders to exploit such Western weaknesses to the maximum. We Westerners see aggressiveness in people and regimes as a sign of insecurity, and therefore meet such situations with soft compassion and respect. Such measures often work within our own cultural circles, but can have harmful long-term effects on our efforts to produce respect and maybe even a necessary amount of fear among hostile Muslim societies and organisations. This strategic psychological reminder concerns both big politics and when dealing with anti-social individuals raised in a Muslim setting.

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You want to try to shame us when your war criminal pilots get a divine punishment from incapable Syria. But internally you expect your criminal pilots and military to target non-Turkish civilians as another Turkrab explains:
G&T Thread: Do we (TSK) still use Napalms?
mt_: smart weapons cost money. napalms are cheap and very effective on parasites like cypriot-rums and kekos.
So while Turks expect their military to target civilians for genocide, atrocities and ethnic cleansing, so they can be hailed as "heroes" they hypocritically expect foreigners to respect their atrocity and criminal gang which they call a military!

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July 5th, 2012, 5:48 am #16

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Nikephoros posting links from dodgy websites ...or posting the message's of highly questionable people makes you so right about your argument ...

In your broken racist mind it does ....

Do you want a post link race? ... your every single post starts with Subhuman Turks ...and you claim we are bad people? ...

Some people are just incredibly stupid.

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July 5th, 2012, 6:02 am #17

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
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July 5th, 2012, 10:24 am #18

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
--Why didn't they eject?--

Because they didn't notice what hit them. And where is the F-4?
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July 5th, 2012, 1:31 pm #19

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
If they had ejected they would have been found by search and rescue as they would have been floating on the surface by automatic inflatable lifevests, also many ejection kits have automatic inflatable lifeboats that inflates upon landing on water. Not to mention signal transmitting beacons that are also automatically activated to make it easier for the search party, unless you are behind enemy lines where the pilot can deactivate it to avoid being captured by the enemy.

Eitherway they where flowing at high speed and very low altitude, the missile probably hit them without them even getting a warning that it was underway


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July 5th, 2012, 1:55 pm #20

The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.

Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.

The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he regretted the incident.

The Turkish military named the crew members as Air Force Captain Gokhan Ertan and Air Force Lieutenant Hasan Huseyin Aksoy, according to Reuters news agency.

The military did not say precisely where the bodies were found and said the wreckage of the plane itself had not yet been spotted, reports AFP.

Turkey's deputy prime minister claimed on 26 June a search-and-rescue aircraft looking for the downed F-4 had also been shot at, although had not been brought down.

The incidents have increased tensions between the two countries.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18707069
Low incoming hitting below the pilot's compartment ( on an AC without MAWs )
could have done that split in the plane.

In any case, R.I.P. Cpt. Ertan & Lt. Aksoy.

Good day all, Tay.


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