Australian Navy Locates Crashed U.S. Marine Osprey Plane

A rescue effort had saved 23 of the 26 service members who were on the plane when it went down on Saturday.
A U.S. Marine Osprey has been found underwater off the coast of northeast Australia. The aircraft had taken off from the USS Bonhomme Richard amphibious assault ship, seen here during exercises earlier this summer. / JASON REED / Getty Images

A U.S. Osprey aircraft that crashed on Saturday has been located in waters off Australia's east coast. The Australian navy found the

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