The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and Flight Data Recorder (FDR) which are parts of the black box of Indian Air Force (IAF)’s AN-32 aircraft that crashed in Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh on June 3 has been recovered on Friday by rescue team at crash site.
However, the process of recovering the mortal remains of all air warriors is still at the crash site and it is due to the bad weather condition that it is affecting the rescue team to collect the mortal remains of the 13 crew members who were on board.
Efforts are being made to expeditiously complete the task using all resources of Civil, Army and IAF.
The FDR and CVR are part of the black box that has been recovered from the crash site which will help in investigations into the crash. The FDR can store up to 30 parameters which include details of engine, speed and other things to assess what possibly triggered the crash.
The IAF will assess the damage black box sustained.