A U.S. Air Force A-10 attack jet crashed and burned in Britain Thursday morning while on a routine training flight. The Pentagon said the pilot might have ejected safely. It was the second crash of a Thunderbolt jet in Europe in two weeks. "An A-10 aircraft from the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Bentwaters, England, crashed at 9:53 a.m. EST about four miles south of St. Ives, or about 25 miles north of Cambridge," said Dan Howard, the Pentagon's chief spokesman. "The pilot ejected and his chute was sighted, but we don't know his status," Howard said.