Report: Army standing down all aircraft after pair of fatal crashes in recent weeks

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The United States Army is reportedly grounding all of their aircraft across the country for five days in response to a pair of fatal helicopter crashes that have occurred in recent weeks.

The Associated Press reports the safety stand down will be in effect for five days and is a response to two fatal crashes that have occurred in the last two weeks.

The AP reports both crashes are under investigation, but so far no cause has been determined.

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