Kiowa pilots treated after emergency landing in Korea

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An OH-58 Kiowa from the 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade secures an area Aug. 21, 2015, at the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex in South Korea. The pilots of an OH-58 Kiowa were treated for minor injuries after making an emergency landing Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, during a routine maintenance test flight around Camp Humphreys, South Korea.  Courtesy of the U.S. Army
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An OH-58 Kiowa from the 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade secures an area Aug. 21, 2015, at the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex in South Korea. The pilots of an OH-58 Kiowa were treated for minor injuries after making an emergency landing Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, during a routine maintenance test flight around Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Courtesy of the U.S. Army

Kiowa pilots treated after emergency landing in Korea

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published: August 25, 2015

SEOUL, South Korea — The pilots of an OH –58 Kiowa Warrior helicopter are in stable condition after making an emergency landing Monday morning during a routine maintenance test flight around Camp Humphreys, according to the 2nd Infantry Division.

Humphreys personnel responded to the scene to secure and care for the soldiers, who are being treated for minor injuries. South Korean personnel are assisting with security at the site.

The helicopter belongs to the 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade.

The cause of the emergency landing is under investigation.

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