aviation safety pause

Members of the U.S. Navy Honor Guard guard remove the casket of Navy Corpsman Maxton Soviak at Morman-Hinman-Tanner Funeral Home, Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021, in Berlin Heights, Ohio. Soviak was one of 13 U.S. troops killed in a horrific suicide bombing at Afghanistan’s Kabul airport on Aug. 26. (AP Photo/David Dermer).

Navy announces ‘Aviation Safety’ pause

The navy announced an “Aviation Safety Pause” following a string of deadly crashes. Aviation units that have not been deployed will remain grounded, as a result of the multiple crashes in the last two weeks. The Naval Air Forces said units will review risk management practices and conduct training on threat and error management processes.