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Air Force identifies the 8 U.S. crew lost in Osprey crash in Japan » The crew ranged in ages from 24 to 36 years old and came from eight states, including California, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Ohio and Utah.

r/AirForce on Reddit: Lost my son-in-law is the Japan osprey crash » Posted by u/groshong - 754 votes and 65 comments

Ospreys had safety issues long before they were grounded. A look at the aircraft's history » When the U.S. military took the extraordinary step of grounding its fleet of V-22 Ospreys this week, it wasn't reacting just to the recent deadly crash of the aircraft off the coast of Japan.

US military Osprey aircraft with 6 aboard crashes off southern Japan, at least 1 dead » The cause of the crash and the status of the five others on the aircraft were not immediately known, coast guard spokesperson Kazuo Ogawa said.

Pentagon Defends Osprey Aircraft After Fatal Crash—As Japan Pushes For Flight Pause » Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said the continued flying of the Ospreys over Japan is “deeply regrettable.”

Minnesota native Maj. Jeffrey Hoernemann among crew missing after Osprey crash near Japan » A Minnesotan is among the servicemembers who are missing after last week's Osprey aircraft crash off the coast of Japan.

Air Force recovers bodies of 6 airmen killed in Osprey crash in Japan » The search continues for the remains of two more missing airmen.

Air Force pilot from Andover killed in Osprey aircraft crash in Japan » The crash happened Nov. 29 following an "aircraft mishap" during a routine training mission, the Air Force said in a news release.

US air force Osprey crash wreckage and remains of five crew found off Japan » Aircraft crashed last week off south-western Japan carrying eight American personnel on training mission

After Weeks of Searching, Military Says Remains of 8th Airman Killed in Japan Osprey Crash Can't Be Found » The U.S. military said that after 43 days of recovery and salvage efforts it has concluded its search for the remains of the last of eight airmen who died aboard a V-22 Osprey that crashed off the coast of Japan in November.


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