Downed Osprey found off Australian coast

An Australian navy survey ship has located the MV-22 Osprey that went down off the east coast of Australia with 26 military personnel on board, 23 of whom were rescued.
0:24 | 08/07/17

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The search for three American Marines missing off the coast of Australia has shifted from rescue to recovery mode. 23 Marines survived after their osprey crashed in the C over the weekend. While trying to land during routine operations one of the missing has been identified as Benjamin cross. It was a resident of Maine the osprey which lands like a helicopter but flies like an airplane has been involved in a number of crashes.

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