In the Philippine Sea, Eight People Were Found from a Crashed US Navy Aircraft

Eight of the 11 people who were on board the US Navy aircraft crashed in the Philippine Sea south-east of the Japanese island of Okinawa, were found, the Associated Press reported citing the Japanese Defense Ministry.

However, it is noted that there is no information on whether these eight people are alive.

According to Japanese Defense Minister Itunori Onodar, the cause of the crash of the C-2 Greyhound carrier transport aircraft could be a problem with the engine.

Previously, the command of the 7th US Fleet reported that the US Navy aircraft carrying 11 people, crew members and passengers, collapsed southeast of the Japanese island of Okinawa.Crashed US Navy Aircraft

The plane was headed for the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan, which is now in the area.


Source: Maritime News of Russia