Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Japanese Defense Experts Leave For US To Probe Military Aircraft Crash

A Japanese government mission left for the United States on Monday to verify the safety of the Osprey transport aircraft in response to mounting public concerns in Japan over the deployment of the controversial military aircraft.

The team headed by Parliamentary Vice-Defense Minister Hideo Jinpu is to be briefed by U.S. officials on the crash of an MV-22 Osprey in Morocco in April that killed two Marines and seriously injured two others. The panel includes members of Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the Transport Ministry.

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