Pilot ejects after F-16C skids off runway

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Luke's 56th Fighter Wing was first activated on January 15, 1941, as the 56th Pursuit Group.

An F-16C with the 56th Fighter Wing was diverted after an attempting landing at Lake Havasu Municipal Airport around 10:35 a.m.

The broken plane is being recovered by crew from Luke Air Force Base. The pilot is in good condition and expected to be OK.

An interim safety investigation board has been established for the incident and will conduct a full investigation, the Air Force said. Flight operations at Luke resumed in the afternoon after a hiatus of several hours.

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Officials say the jet was on a training flight Tuesday when it diverted to the Lake Havasu City airport and went off the runway while landing, prompting the pilot to eject.

The crash Tuesday was at least the second involving an Air Force F-16 this month.

It is unclear what type of plane was involved in the incident or where the pilot is based.

An image showing the F-16 that crash landed on April. 24, 2018.

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