RAW: Marine HH-60 Crash Aftermath

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A U.S. military helicopter crashed at a Marine base in Okinawa on Monday, the Japanese defense ministry said. Three of the four crew members on board were safe, Defense Ministry spokesperson Atsushi Sakurai said. The condition of the fourth crew member and the cause of the crash were not immediately clear. The HH-60 rescue helicopter, which belongs to Okinawa's Kadena Air Base, was on an unspecified training mission when it crashed at Camp Hansen. Flying activities were suspended Tuesday at Kadena, for the sake of recovery operations, the Air Force statement said, with fixed-wing aircraft due to resume flights on Wednesday. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/06/japan-asks-us-military-not-to-fly-helicopters-after-okinawa-crash-3-survive-and/

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    AJMBLAZER Jan 09, 2014

    The Marine Corps does not fly H-60's other than the VH-60's that carry the President around.

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