Japan to ask US to ground Osprey aircraft after crash

By John Geddie
Updated November 30 2023 - 7:05pm, first published 7:02pm
Search and rescue operations to find the Osprey's remaining seven crew are ongoing. (AP PHOTO)
Search and rescue operations to find the Osprey's remaining seven crew are ongoing. (AP PHOTO)

Japan has asked the US to suspend all non-emergency V-22 Osprey flights over its territory after one fell into the sea in western Japan, marking the country's first fatal US military plane crash in five years.

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