Two RAF Tornado jets crashed Tuesday on Scotland's coast, leaving two British airmen missing after two others were plucked from the sea by helicopter.
It was not clear if the jets crashed into each other. The search for the two missing airmen and the wreckage was continuing, British officials said.
The Ministry of Defense said the GR4 Tornado jets from RAF Lossiemouth were flying in the Mornay Firth area in eastern Scotland when contact with them was lost. Group Capt. Ian Gale, the station commander at RAF Lossiemouth, confirmed “with great regret” the crash of two of his station's Tornado G4 aircraft and said four aircrew were involved.
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