US Air National Guard/Senior Master Sgt. Roger Parsons
- Search-and-rescue operations are underway for two US Marine Corps aircraft involved in a “mishap” off the coast of Japan.
- An F/A-18 fighter and a KC-130 cargo plane taking part in a aerial refueling exercise reportedly collided and crashed.
- Two crew members have been found so far.
Search-and-rescue operations are underway for two US Marine Corps aircraft involved in a “mishap” off the coast of Japan, the Marine Corps said Wednesday.
The planes in question were an F/A-18 fighter and a KC-130 cargo plane that were taking part in aerial refueling exercise.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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