Coastguard: US Osprey military aircraft with eight crew crashes off Japan

Coastguard: US Osprey military aircraft with eight crew crashes off Japan
Coastguard: US Osprey military aircraft with eight crew crashes off Japan

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - This file photo taken on August 23, 2022 shows a US military Osprey aircraft at the US Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in the centre of the city of Ginowan, Okinawa prefecture. — AFP pic

TOKYO, Nov 29 — A US Osprey military aircraft with eight crew on board crashed today off the coast of Japan, the coastguard said.

“We received information at 2.47pm today that the US military’s Osprey crashed off Yakushima Island,” a spokeswoman told AFP.

“We were also notified that there were eight crew members on board,” she added. “There is no further information at the moment.”

The island of Yakushima lies south of Japan’s southernmost main island Kyushu.

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The crash comes after another Osprey crashed in northern Australia in August, killing three US marines among 23 on board.

The Boeing MV-22B Osprey crashed on Melville Island, north of Darwin during a military exercise for locally based troops. — AFP

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