Searchers find one of six crewmen on lost Japan military jet

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 12:50 PM

The Defense Ministry said rescue workers are still searching for the jet and the five other crew members Thursday. Only parts of equipment belonging to the jet and the airman, who was in a state of heart failure, were found in the mountains close the Air Self-Defense Force'south Kanoya base in southern Japan.

Searchers find one of six crewmen on lost Japan military jet

Searchers have found one of the six crew members from a Japanese military jet that disappeared a day earlier while flying over southern mountains.

The Defense Ministry said rescue workers are still searching for the jet and the five other crew members Thursday.

Only parts of equipment belonging to the jet and the airman, who was in a state of heart failure, were found in the mountains close the Air Self-Defense Force'south Kanoya base in southern Japan.

The ministry said the U-125 search-and-rescue jet disappeared from radar Wednesday while flying ten kilometers (six miles) N of the base.

The twin-engine jet, piloted by a major in his forty, was on a planned three-hour flight inspecting aircraft navigation facilities in the region.

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