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Body of airman killed in Osprey crash in Japan returning home » Air Force Staff Sgt. Jake Galliher was one of eight service members killed in the CV-22 Osprey aircraft crash off the coast of Japan on Nov. 29. Airforcetimes.com

Large part of U.S. Osprey that crashed in Japan found with 5 more crew members' bodies inside » A large part of the fuselage of a U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey that crashed almost a week earlier has been found with 5 crew members' bodies inside, the Air Force confirmed. Cbsnews.com

Crews continue search for missing airman nearly a month after Osprey crash in Japan » US and Japanese crews continue to search for the remains of the last crew member killed when an Air Force CV-22B Osprey crashed off the coast of southwestern Japan last month, the Air Force said recently.  Stripes.com

Air Force identifies the 8 U.S. crew lost in Osprey crash in Japan » The crew ranged in ages from 24 to 36 years old and came from eight states, including California, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Ohio and Utah. Pbs.org

Pentagon believes it has identified problem behind Osprey crash that killed 8 Air Force crew members » The Air Force investigation is continuing into the Nov. 29 Air Force special operations command CV-22 crash, which killed eight service members. Apnews.com

1 person confirmed dead after US Osprey crash, Japan’s coast guard says » An unconscious person recovered in waters where a Yokota-based Osprey went down has been confirmed dead, according to the Japanese coast guard. Stripes.com

CV-22 Osprey Crashes Off Southern Japan with 8 Airmen Aboard » A U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey carrying eight Airmen crashed off the coast of Japan on Nov. 29, but the cause of the crash is still unclear. Airandspaceforces.com

U.S. Airman Recovered from U.S. CV-22 Osprey Crash off Japan - USNI News » The remains of five service members from the Nov. 29 U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey crash off Japan’s Yakushima Island have been recovered according to an Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) release on Wednesday. The body of one of the eight crewman aboard was recovered earlier on the day of the crash, and two crew members remain unaccounted for. On Wednesday, AFSOC announced that the three service members remaining with the wreckage had been recovered by a dive team. Their identities are being withheld until next of kin have been notified. Search efforts are ongoing for two crew members News.usni.org

Congress launches an investigation into the Osprey program after the deadly crash in Japan » A congressional oversight committee has launched an investigation into the V-22 Osprey program following a deadly crash in Japan, which killed eight Air Force special operations service members. Apnews.com

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