Two F-15s collide in midair near Florida coast

p class=”first”Two U.S. Air Force F-15 fighter planes collided in midair on Wednesday over the Gulf of Mexico near Panama City, Florida, during a training mission, officials said./ppThe U.S. Coast Guard recovered one pilot and a second was reported missing after the one-seat F-15C Eagles crashed at 4:21 p.m. EST (2121 GMT) about 50 miles (80 km) south of Tyndall Air Force Base./ppThe recovered pilot’s condition was not immediately known./ppThe planes were from the Air Force’s 33rd Fighter Wing based at Eglin Air Force Base, near Fort Walton Beach, Florida./ppSource: a href=”http://in.news.yahoo.com/reuters_ids_new/20080221/r_t_rtrs_wl_us/twl-two-f-15s-collide-in-midair-near-flo-d4a870c.html”Yahoo! News/abr //p

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