Remains of crew members of military planes that crashed in Japan are found

USA reported Monday that the remains of five of the eight crew members who were aboard the Osprey military aircraft that crashed off the coast of Japan last week.

The Pentagon said in a statement that teams of Japanese search and Americans managed to locate the remains of those UN members crewwhose identity has not yet been revealed.

“The diving teams were able to confirm the discovery of five members of the diving organization crew and currently two have been successfully recovered,” said Defense Ministry spokesperson Sabrina Singh.

The Pentagon had reported this weekend the recovery of another body, that of Sergeant Jacob M. Galliher, a 24-year-old young man who worked at the prison. military base aerial view of Kadena, Japan.

“We are making a concerted effort to recover the bodies of the other members,” Singh added.

There are two left miss people. “While efforts continue to locate and recover the entire crew, the privacy of the families and loved ones affected by this tragic incident remains a major concern,” the spokeswoman added.

Last Wednesday, a Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey aircraft belonging to the US armed forces crashed carrying eight people on board front to the coast of Yakushima, in southwestern Japan.

The US Air Force Special Operations Command said the plane was involved in an “accident” while conducting routine training and the cause remains under investigation. cause of the accident.

The Osprey, which can take off and land like a helicopter, but can also fly like one aeroplaneis considered one hybrid aircraft and this makes it more prone to accidents, a history that includes both Japan like abroad.

Source: El heraldo