Unfortunately, an American military aircraft has suffered a devastating event.
U.S. European Command reported that the aircraft "suffered a mishap and went down."
Reportedly, the accident occurred in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.
While this doesn't set off as many alarm bells as an attack against American property would have, it's still a pretty serious thing when something like this happens.
U.S. European Command (EUCOM) is responsible for American military operations across Europe, the Middle East, the Arctic Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and some of Asia. Officials noted that they can "definitively say" that the crash was "purely related to training exercises and that there are "no indications of hostile activity."
It has not yet been made public which service branch the personnel involved represented.
Details about the aircraft have not been released, and the identity of the crew has not yet been made public.
EUCOM said that officials might have more details than they are currently releasing about the incident but claimed that "out of respect for the families affected, we will not release further information on the personnel involved at this time."
However, they were honest about the fact that they do not yet know the cause of the crash and are currently investigating the incident.
Fox News reached out to both EUCOM and the Department of Defense, but they both declined to provide any additional information or sources about the accident.
What do you think about this story?
Do you believe that this was purely an accident, or might there be more details that are being withheld in order to prevent panic from spreading?
With all of the hostility going on in Ukraine and Israel and Gaza right now, many Americans are TERRIFIED that we could find ourselves in a war soon.
Here's hoping that that does not happen.
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