A Norwegian fighter jet shot at a control tower during a training exercise, British media reported on Monday.
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The three officers inside survived unhurt, the Guardian newspaper reported, quoting Norway's military.
Two F-16s were taking part in a mock attack on an uninhabited island off Norway’s coast, when machine gun fire was shot from an M61 Vulcan cannon from one of the planes.
A hail of bullets hit the tower in the April 12 incident, but the officers inside were not injured, the reports said.
A similar incident occurred in 2009 when F-16s fired mistakenly at the same tower, piercing it but not causing any injury.