New Delhi: An MiG-21 trainer aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, on Wednesday morning around 10 AM. No casualties have been reported as both the pilots, including a Group Captain and a squadron leader, managed to eject safely. Also Read - As Hospitals Gasp For O2, Indian Air Force to Fly in 23 Oxygen Plants From Germany

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The IAF jet was on a routine training exercise at the Gwalior airbase when the incident happened. The aircraft has been completely distorted in the accident. The IAF has ordered a court of inquiry to ascertain the cause of the accident, they said. Also Read - AFCAT Exam 2021 Admit Cards Released | Here’s How to Download at afcat.cdac.in


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