Navy pilot rescued after plane crashes near Key West

Navy pilot rescued after plane crashes near Key West

Navy pilot rescued after plane crashes near Key West

A U.S. Navy pilot was rescued Wednesday afternoon after his F-5N aircraft crashed into the ocean near Key West, the U.S. Coast Guard reports.

The pilot had shot off an emergency smoke signal and was spotted around 1:15 p.m. They hoisted him from the water and brought him back to Lower Keys Medical Center in good condition. He's attached to Fighter Composite Squadron 111, the "Sun Downers", based at Naval Air Station Key West.

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The crash remains under investigation.

Similar missions have been performed flying against US Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard fighter squadrons.

In a statement, the Navy said the pilot ejected about 20 nautical miles southeast of Naval Air Station Key West about 12:40 p.m.

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Video of the incident shows rescuers hoisting the pilot up to the helicopter. The F5-N Tiger II tactical fighter aircraft crashed into the ocean while conducting training operations off the Florida coast.

The pilot ejected and was rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard with no apparent injuries. The pilot was transferred to Lower Keys Medical Center for evaluation.

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