Alouette

Alouette Crashed in Romania, 4 lost

Thursday, July 5, 2012
By George Hatcher

What: Romanian Air Force AR 316B Alouette III Where: Buzau, Romania When: July 5, 2012 Who: 4 aboard Why: Captain Commander Docuz Mitica who was piloting the Alouette when it went down had over 1700 flight hours; and his copilot Viorel Cojocaru had 650 hours. Topoliceanu Catalin had more than 1,100 flying hours, Student... »

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