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German jets used in anti-ISIS mission grounded over 'loose screws'

Friday, October 7, 2016 13:00
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German jets used in anti-ISIS mission grounded over 'loose screws' | 07 Oct 2016 | The German army has reportedly banned its most advanced Tornado jets from flying due to yet another technical mishap. The reconnaissance planes have been carrying out missions against for Islamic State in Syria since the beginning of the year. The Tornado ASST A3 aircraft has been grounded from October 6 “in order to avoid any risk to personnel or machinery,” the Bundeswehr (German army) said in a statement on its website on Thursday. The problem is attributed to loose screws on the monitor in the cockpit of the Tornado jets, German DPA news agency reported, citing a Bundeswehr spokesman, who did not say whether the ban would be lifted or if the planes would be allowed to fly again anytime soon. [LOL! The actual 'loose screws' are the Western governments who are secretly arming and funding I-CIA-SIS, to destroy the democrtatically-elected government in Syria.]

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