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>> The Australian Navy said Monday it has found the US Military plane that went down off Australia's northeast coast leaving three marines presumed dead. Dive teams are getting ready to recover wreckage from the MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft that crashed during a scheduled military exercise. The Osprey reportedly smashing in to the deck of the US transport ship USS Green Bay while trying to land Saturday.
There were 26 people on board the aircraft, but only 23 were rescued. The marines say the incident is under investigation, describing it as a mishap. The recovery operation could last several months.