Thorough probe to be conducted on Hawk crash, says RMAF deputy chief

BUTTERWORTH: The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) will conduct a comprehensive investigation into the crash of a Hawk 108 fighter jet at the RMAF base here, says RMAF deputy chief Lt Gen Datuk Mohd Asghar Khan Goriman Khan.

However, he declined to comment further on the incident but said the probe will be conducted immediately and will cover the technical aspects of the crash.

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