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Beale Reports A Crash Of One Of Its Global Hawks

A Global Hawk from Beale Air Force Base has crashed. In a news release, Beale officials say it occurred near Mount Whitney in the Eastern Sierra mountain range Wednesday afternoon. No injuries or deaths are reported. Officials say the remotely-piloted aircraft was on a routine flight from Edwards Air Force Base and heading toward its home station when it crashed. More details will be released, as they become available.

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