A US military aircraft smashed off the shoreline of upper east England on Monday, starting a quest and salvage activity for the pilot in the North Sea.
US warrior plane crashes off English coast
The US Air Force said the F-15C Eagle from the 48th Fighter Wing slammed at around 0940 nearby time (0840 GMT).
"At the hour of the mishap, the airplane was on a normal preparing crucial one pilot ready," it said.
"The reason for the accident just as the status of the pilot are obscure as of now and UK Search and Rescue have been called to help."
Delegates for the Pentagon didn't quickly react to a solicitation for input.
The airplane was from RAF Lakenheath, the biggest US Air Force-worked base in England and the main US Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) F-15 warrior wing. It is situated around 25 miles (40 km) upper east of Cambridge.
In 2014, a US military helicopter slammed on the shoreline of eastern England, slaughtering every one of the four group ready.