KEMAMAN – The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) radar detector has the full recording of the Hawk 108 fighter jet crash right up to the final seconds, says RMAF chief Datuk Seri Affendi Buang.
He said the radar detector was in use during the flight of the aircraft last Thursday before tragedy struck.
“The RMAF has obtained initial evidence from the radar detector but it is still too early for us to make any conclusion on what had (really) happened.
“Apart from that, the RMAF has also found both ejection seats of the fighter jet as well as the main wreckage which did not sink into the swamp,” he told a press conference after inspecting the crash site at Kampung Yak Yah in Kemaman, Terengganu here.
Affendi said after recovering the aircraft component, RMAF had succeeded on making a rough sketch to determine the actual situation of the jet at the swamp. – BERNAMA