The Air Mobility Command released the results of its accident investigation board (AIB) regarding a Dec. 1, 2014, mid-air collision near Pope Army Airfield and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. A C-130 Hercules assigned to Air Force Reserve Command's 440th Airlift Wing, and a C-27J assigned to the Army Special Operations Command Flight Company, both at Pope AAF, collided approximately 8 miles south of Mackall AAF. Both aircraft declared emergencies and landed safely. There were no injuries to the crewmembers. The full report is available on the Air Mobility Command Freedom of Information Act website. For more information regarding the AMC AIB, contact Public Affairs at (618) 229-7839. For information on the Army investigation, contact the Army Special Operations Command at (910) 432-7585.
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