CF members and EDT Hercules personnel inspect recovered parts of the helicopter Stalker 22 during recovery operations for the aircraft in the Mediterranean Sea on May 31, 2020. (The Canadian Press/HO-Department of National Defence, Cdr Robert Watt)
OTTAWA—The Canadian military is promising today to share its plan for getting Cyclone helicopters back in the air after a deadly crash off the coast of Greece in April.
Officials have not revealed what caused the Cyclone known as Stalker 22 to crash, killing six service members.
A preliminary report released last week said only that the helicopter did not respond as the crew expected before it went down in the Ionian Sea while coming in for a landing on HMCS Fredericton.
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