WASHINGTON, D.C. (WTOK) - The Marine Corps has grounded its fleet of KC-130Ts after a deadly crash In the Mississippi Delta.
It was a KC-130 aircraft that went down July 10. Investigators are still searching for what caused the refuel plane to crash.
Defense News reports this decision comes "out of an abundance of caution." Officials did not say when the decision was made or whether it was due to findings in that ongoing investigation. There's no word yet on when the KC-130Ts will be back in the air.