UPDATE: 28/08/2018 10:33
– This is a T-2 Buckeye training plane that had left the training camp in Kalamata
– It fell near the village of Colleges of Arcadia
– detected alive, the co-pilot was transferred to the hospital
– Surveys for the governor who is ignored in an inaccessible area
Two-seat training aircraft from the T2 Buckeye Air Force crashed just before 9:00 am (8:50 am), 7 nautical miles north of Sparta during an educational flight. The plane had taken off from Kalamata's educational base. According to information from onalert.gr one of the two pilots – the co-pilot – is found alive and saved while the governor is being sought. There have been a number of aviation and fire fighting forces on the ground. The survivor was transferred to the hospital.
The plane crashed near the village of Collins or Arcadia.
They lead 10 fire engines, 20 men and police forces. There are also ambulances from Tripoli. Both clearly left when they discovered a problem. The area is inaccessible and the 31st squadron of search and rescue operations with C130 with a helicopter and superpuma to participate in the investigation.
The announcement of the CEO
"THN 28/8/2018 AND PAPI OPA 08:50, TO THE PLACE OF EQUALIZATION OF THESE THINGS, TEMPORARY EATINGS AEPOSTAFOSS T-2, 7 NM BOPIA SPAPTS, META THN EKATALIPSE EXEI PEPISYLLGEE A SIGKYBEPNTHTHOS AEPOΣKAFOYΣ, I EIN YOU EPEYNE ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΕΝΤΟΠΙΣΜΟΥ ΚΑΙ KYBEPNTHTH ».
What is T2 Buckeye
T-2 Buckeye is a two-engine training aircraft built in America. It is the only training aircraft of the Air Force and with this Icaroi and the new lieutenants they complete their training.
The delivery of 40 teachers of this type in 1976 radically reformed the air training system. The capabilities of the new instructor in advanced training and arm training could not be compared to those of the T-33 they replaced.
T-2E can carry up to 3500 lb of 6 fins, including machine gun and rocket scrapers. It can be used for training with weapons, but can also take on a warlike role if necessary.
It has a tricolor variation of green, brown and white.