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Voice and data recorder recovered from crashed Indian Air Force's AN-32 aircraft 

Mountaineers move towards the crash site of IAF's AN-32 aircraft at Payum in Arunachal Pradesh on June 12, 2019. Photograph:( IANS )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Jun 14, 2019, 03.03 PM (IST)

Indian Air Force's search and rescue team on Friday recovered cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and flight data recorder (FDR) of the missing AN-32 aircraft. 

The process of recovering the mortal remains of all air warriors is still on at the crash site, news agency ANI reported. 

The team is making all efforts to expeditiously complete the task.

IAF mountaineers, Army Special Forces personnel and local mountaineers were dropped off at the closest possible location to the crash site and have reached the crash site, news agency ANI reported.


On Thursday, the team recovered the bodies of all 13 personnel aboard the IAF transport aircraft that missing over a week back while on its way to Mechuka, Arunachal Pradesh after taking off from Jorhat, Assam.

Watch: Wreckage of missing Air Force An-32 plane found in Arunachal Pradesh

The team yesterday also recovered the black box of transport aircraft.

Adverse weather conditions and difficult terrain had halted the progress of the rescue team on Wednesday, forcing them to camp overnight.

However, a team comprising of IAF mountaineering team, including four from the Indian Army and two civilians, reached the site earlier today only to find no survivors.