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Anam Bukhari
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America in Afghanistan
How would you describe america presence in Afghanistan since the beginning of Afghan war.
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Two American Fighter Planes Collide and Crash Off Japan Sea Reply with quote
TOKYO: Two US military fighter planes crashed during a refueling operation off the coast of Japan. 1 dead and 5 missing in the sea.

The clash was so intense that the planes were severely damaged, both fighter planes were destroyed by falling in the sea. while 7 US navy riders were also missing in the sea.

According to the International News Agency, rescue operations continue to be searched for missing soldiers. So far two soldiers have been saved, one of which is out of danger and the other has been declared deceased. For more medical assistance, both have been moved to the local hospital in Japan. US and Japanese aircraft and ships are participating in rescue operations.

Japanese Defence Minister Takeshi Iwaya said, “the F/A-18 fighter jet with two crew onboard and a KC-130 refueling tanker with five crew crashed into the sea around 100 kilometers (55 nautical miles) off the cape of Muroto in southwestern Japan. I hope all the members will be rescued safely as soon as possible.”

U.S. Ambassador William F. Hagerty thanked Japan’s military for their search-and-rescue efforts and confirmed the incident occurred during a refueling exercise. He further added that he was sending “heartfelt thoughts and prayers to families and colleagues of those still missing” and also praised the Japanese response.

He added “They risk their lives every day to protect Japan and to protect this region and sometimes they pay the greatest costs. So I want to emphasize this security alliance that we have is critical and it is moving forward to the right direction.”

After the Second World War, the US Army is deployed in Japan under a treaty and there is its widespread military base.

Recently air strikes and ships strikes accidents have increased. According to the Military Times, this year, US military aircraft crashes increased by 40 percent in the previous year, with 133 soldiers killed.
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