REPORT: Military probe finds 2017 crash that killed 16 could have been prevented
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WASHINGTON — Military investigators have concluded the crash of a Marine transport plane last year in Mississippi was caused by mistakes made six years earlier. The military has just finished briefing the families of the 16 men who died.
“It kills me inside because my children could still have their dad. I could still have my husband,” said Ashley Kundrat.
The article goes on to state the following:
CBS News spoke to her just after briefers from the Marine Corps told her what caused last year’s crash of a KC-130, which killed her husband, Staff Sgt. William Kundrat, and 15 others. The transport plane, a workhorse of the American military, had simply disappeared from radar during a routine cross country flight.
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