Two Royal Thai Air Force F16s crashes during Cobra Gold in Thailand

 Two Royal Thai Air Force F16s crashes during Cobra Gold in Thailand

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Two F16 fighters of the Thai air force taking part in the Cobra Gold 2011 exercise crashed on Monday morning in Chaiyaphum, but both pilots ejected safely, air force spokesman Monthon Satchukorn said.

Air Marshal Monthon said the two F16s disappeared from radar at 10.20am. They were part of a flight of four F16s which took off from Wing 1 of Nakhon Ratchasima to take part in the annual Cobra Gold exercise.

The planes crashed into the forest near Tat Ton waterfall between Lae Hu Kwang and Wang Phon villages in tambon Tha Hin Ngom in Muang district of Chaiyaphum province.

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