Philippine military officials inspect the scene after an air force C-130 transport plane crashed near the airport in Jolo town, Sulu province. Photo: AFP.” Philippine military officials inspect the scene after an air force C-130 transport plane crashed near the airport in Jolo town, Sulu province. Photo: AFP.”
Philippine military officials inspect the scene after an air force C-130 transport plane crashed near the airport in Jolo town, Sulu province. Photo: AFP.”
The Philippines

Philippine military plane crash highlights country’s ageing, stretched equipment

  • An investigation has been launched after a C-130 Hercules transport plane crashed while landing on Jolo Island on Sunday, killing at least 52
  • An analyst said the country’s air assets are overworked, partly because President Rodrigo Duterte refuses to ask for US help during natural disasters

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Philippine military officials inspect the scene after an air force C-130 transport plane crashed near the airport in Jolo town, Sulu province. Photo: AFP.” Philippine military officials inspect the scene after an air force C-130 transport plane crashed near the airport in Jolo town, Sulu province. Photo: AFP.”
Philippine military officials inspect the scene after an air force C-130 transport plane crashed near the airport in Jolo town, Sulu province. Photo: AFP.”
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