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Chronology of Aircraft Mishaps - Sheppard AFB Aircraft

Chronology of Aircraft Mishaps - Sheppard AFB Aircraft

 

Aug. 1, 1967 - T-38A solo-31 miles south of SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; 1 fatality

Nov. 6, 1967 - CH-3C - SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; 1 fatality, 4 minor injuries

Sept. 11, 1968 -  T-38A solo - Nocona, Texas - Aircraft destroyed; minor injuries

Sept. 30, 1968 - T-38A solo -  Archer City, Texas - Aircraft destroyed; minor injuries

Oct. 13, 1968 - TH-1F - Iowa Park, Texas - No status noted

Jan. 28, 1970 - CH-3C - Auxiliary Field -  Substantial damage to aircraft; no injuries

Oct. 1, 1973 - T-38A solo - 1 nautical mile north of SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; pilot ejected

Oct. 11, 1973 - T-37B dual - Municipal Airport, Frederick, Okla. - Aircraft destroyed; major injuries

May 2, 1974 - T-38A dual - About 2 miles north of Tinker AFB, Okla. -Aircraft destroyed; 1 fatality

Oct. 3, 1974 - T-37B solo - About 1,800 feet east of Runway 15L, SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; 1 fatality

June 21, 1976 - T-37B solo -  About 2 nautical miles east of SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; student pilot injured during ejection

June 20, 1977 - T-37B solo - 11 miles east of Ryan, Okla. - Aircraft destroyed; student pilot ejected safely

April 3, 1978 - T-37B dual - About 6 nautical miles north of SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; minor injuries to IP, no to SP

Aug. 31, 1978 - T-38A dual - About 6 nautical miles north of Woodson, Texas - Aircraft destroyed; 1 fatality, major injuries to SP


Jan. 15, 1979 - T-38s dual - 30 nautical miles east of SAFB - Mid air collision; both aircraft damaged extensively; no injuries

Jan. 4, 1985 - T-38A - About 1 nautical mile south of SAFB -Aircraft destroyed; 2 fatalities

April 2, 1985 - T-38A - About 2.5 nautical miles southwest of SAFB - Aircraft damaged extensively; pilots ejected

June 24, 1991 - T-38A dual - About 300 yards north of ATC tower at SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; 2 fatalities

Sept. 3, 1992 - T-38A dual - About 50 nautical miles southwest of SAFB - Aircraft damaged extensively; 1 fatality

May 31, 1995 - T-38A dual - About 2 nautical miles southwest of SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; pilots ejected safely;2 civilian fatalities

Dec. 5, 2000 - T-38A dual - About 50 miles west of SAFB - Aircraft destroyed; pilots ejected safely

Aug. 24, 2001 - T-38A dual - About 40 miles northeast of SAFB - 2 aircraft destroyed; 2 pilots ejected safely;1 fatality

Dec. 20, 2002 - T-37B dual - 1 aircraft destroyed; 2 pilots ejected safely - 1 aircraft damaged extensively; returned to base for gear-up landing        

Oct. 14, 2003 - T-38A - Runway 33C, SAFB - 1 aircraft damaged extensively; 2 pilots ejected

Jan. 18, 2005 - T-37B - 25 miles northwest of SAFB near Hollister, Okla. - Mid-air collision with civilian crop duster; aircrew ejected safely; 1 civilian fatality

(Current as of April 2008)

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