You really are lucky, not just to survive the crash, but to have a military that is looking for witnesses. Our military chain-of-command follows a different formula:
1) deny there was a crash.
2) admit there was a crash but deny it was a military aircraft.
3) admit it was a military aircraft but assert no military personnel were injured.
4) admit military personnel were injured but assert they were off duty at the time.
5) admit they were on duty, but then discharge them as unfit for service (injured) & deny liability for their injuries.
6) when the s**t storm hits the news, blame them for filing the wrong paperwork.