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

Casualties: US Navy and Marine Corps Personnel Killed and Injured in Selected Accidents and Other Incidents Not Directly the Result of Enemy Action » Note: Data are based on incomplete and sometimes conflicting sources. Official US Navy sources have been used when they are available in the collection of the Navy Department Library. The date provided at the end of each entry is the date of the accident/incident, rather than the date of death of individuals who may have died subsequently to the event. Public2.nhhcaws.local

r/aircrashinvestigation on Reddit: What do you think will the Japan Air Lines Flight 516 and JCG Dash 8 Crash be named when ACI makes an episode about it? » Posted by u/TheShipFan400 - 8 votes and 16 comments

r/aircrashinvestigation on Reddit: Air disaster in Japan » Posted by u/wangjohn6996 - No votes and 9 comments

r/aviation on Reddit: I found this image on Facebook, a passenger captured the Japan Airlines crash site from above Haneda International Airport in Tokyo on January 2 » Posted by u/JessVargas722 - 2,749 votes and 67 comments

Remains of five crew found after US Osprey aircraft crashes off Japan » U.S. and Japanese dive teams found the remains of five more crew members from a V-22 Osprey aircraft that crashed off western Japan last week, the Pentagon said on Monday.

Japanese company: 'High probability' lander crashed on moon » A Japanese company’s spacecraft apparently crashed while attempting to land on the moon. Flight controllers lost contact Wednesday with the lander after it descended from lunar orbit, aiming for the dusty surface. More than six hours later, the company said there was “a high probability” that the lander had slammed into the moon. If all had gone well, the company would have been the first private business to pull off a lunar landing. Only three governments have successfully landed on the moon: Russia, the United States and China. The spacecraft carried a mini lunar rover for the United Arab Emirates and a toylike robot from Japan.

r/AirForce on Reddit: US Osprey aircraft crashes off coast of Japan with eight on board » Posted by u/honeylemonww - 469 votes and 272 comments


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