US Marines Launch Search and Rescue Effort After Two Planes Crash Near Japan | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


US Marines Launch Search and Rescue Effort After Two Planes Crash Near Japan

The US Marine Corps initiated a search and rescue operation near Japan early Thursday morning local time following an accident involving an F/A-18 that was conducting an aerial refuel from a KC-130. Both aircraft crashed into the sea, according to reports.

An F/A-18 fighter aircraft attempting to replenish its fuel supply crashed with two servicemembers aboard. The C-130 tanker was carrying five individuals when it crashed as well, according to CBS, citing the US Marines.

"Search and rescue operations continue for US Marine Corps aircraft that were involved in a mishap off of the coast of Japan around 2:00 a.m. Dec. 6," the Marines said in a statement.

Comments

hmm

z00mcopterdown

poor dudes, losing your lives to protect the "way of life" of the sheisters in charge is a pretty shitty thing.

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