- 1st August 2016 - 22h50 - Off the coast of Melanies, Rosebourg Helicopter Carrier - RRNS Entreprenant Operation Heroic Vulture “Alouette 2 coming in over the crash site,” The helicopter pilot announced over the loudspeaker as the Rosebourg Royal Navy craft’s search lights turned on and illuminated the debris field, “We have a visual on the crash site. Over.” As the search light continued to look over the confirmed crash site, the search light stopped as it found the tail of the “Alouette 2 to Stork 1, the tail portion seems to have survived the crash pretty well. I can confirm we have a visual on registry number. It matches civilian company Rosebourg Airlines tail number X-ray Two Two Five, over.” “Acknowledged Alouette 2, Stork 1 will inform Command immediately, over. Any visual on survivors? Over.” “Negative Stork 1, no sign of life from here, we will continue to hover over crash site, over.” “Roger Alouette 2, CO has given green light for extraction. Over.” The mission controls officer sitting in the tactical combat analysis centre of the helicopter’s home ship glanced over the screen as the dashboard updated with the latest radar and sonar telemetry. Within a few minutes, three smaller boats approached the extremity of the crash site with spotlights looking for survivors, the debris field was field with bodies that had floated to the surface, alongside torn off pieces of the aircraft and the personal belongings of their owners who had met the untimely death. It took a little longer before a specialist recovery ship was in the area, and able to launch a submersible craft that would be able to bring out of the sea floor the black boxes that would tell more about what had transpired. But the black boxes were found allowing the investigation to begin in earnest.