Eight U.S. Marines are in an Australian Hospital after a crash of a tiltrotor aircraft killed three of their colleagues during a training exercise. All 20 survivors were flown to the hospital within hours of the crash, and 12 have been discharged. The cause of the crash is still unknown, and investigators will remain at the site for at least 10 days. The Osprey aircraft has had five fatal crashes since 2012, but no problems have been reported since February 2022. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin expressed condolences for the Marines who were killed.
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