Police seen near the scene of a jet crash, in Redmere, Cambridgeshire, England, Wednesday Oct. 21, 2015. (Chris Radburn/PA via AP)
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The pilot of a U.S. Marine fighter jet was killed Wednesday when it crashed on farmland after taking off from a U.S. Air Force (USAF) base in eastern England, officials said.Lakenheath, home to Europe's only F-15 fighter wing, is the largest USAF-operated base in England with 4,500 active-duty military personnel and 2,000 British and U.S. civilians, according to its website.In 2001, two single-seat F-15Cs from Lakenheath crashed while on a low-flying training mission over Scotland, killing both pilots.
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