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Breaking....US F-18 and KC-130 crash near Japan
marcus
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12-06-2018 04:20 AM

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Breaking....US F-18 and KC-130 crash near Japan
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Breaking....US F-18 and KC-130 crash near Japan

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The US Marine Corps initiated a search and rescue operation near Japan early Thursday morning local time following an accident involving an F/A-18 that was conducting an aerial refuel from a KC-130. Both aircraft crashed into the sea, according to reports. ABC News reports that one crew member has been rescued alive by Japanese forces.

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https://sputniknews.com/military/2018120...cue-japan/
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RE: Breaking....US F-18 and KC-130 crash near Japan
third thread on this,strange keeps deleting them for some reason.
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RE: Breaking....US F-18 and KC-130 crash near Japan
Abel danger...carbon producers removed...bonus at christmas
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