The United States Military said on Monday that it has located the wreckage of an F-15 fighter jet that crashed over the weekend in South Carolina.
Joint Base Charleston, which is located in South Carolina, said Sunday on social media that efforts were underway to locate the aircraft with the help of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort following a “mishap” in the afternoon and asked for the public’s help in finding the stealth fighter.
Personnel from Joint Base Charleston and [Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort], in close coordination with local authorities, have located a debris field in Williamsburg County,” Joint Base Charleston said in a statement. “The debris was discovered two hours northeast of JB Charleston.”
“Teams from JB Charleston, @MCASBeaufortSC, the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing out of MCAS