Kunsan AB Resumes Flying Operations After F-16 Crash

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The runway at Kunsan AB, South Korea, reopened “for all civilian and military flying operations” around 3:00 p.m. local time on Dec. 3, a day after an F-16 pilot was forced to eject during a routine landing at the installation, according to an 8th Fighter Wing release.

“A safety board is continuing to investigate the incident,” the wing wrote.

The release neither identified the pilot, whom the base said was brought to a medical center for treatment on Dec. 2 after having sustained “minor injuries,” nor did it provide an update on the pilot’s condition or the status of the aircraft.