Williamsburg, KY (WVLT) - WVLT’s Pilot Pete Michaels reports the FAA is calling off the search for the military plane reportedly crashed in Southeastern Kentucky.
According to Michaels, the plane crews were looking for has turned up at a different airfield than it was originally supposed to land.
WVLT’s Pete Michaels was aiding the FAA in searching for the possibly downed aircraft.
Sources with the military report all aircraft have been accounted for in Tennessee and Kentucky.
The Air National Guard in Langley, Virginia says they believe the plane in question landed safely at Pope Air Force Base Tuesday afternoon.
There were no problems on board the flight.
We have not been able to confirm where the plane took off.
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