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>> US Military calling off search and rescue for three missing Marines on Sunday after their plane crashed into the sea off the Australian coast. 23 others aboard the Osprey aircraft have been rescued. EMS officials say one person is been taken to hospital. The Marine Corps has shifted to recovery efforts and say the incident is under investigation.
The aircraft was on regular operations when it hit the water and officials called the weather conditions at the time quote benign. Osprey Aircraft have been a part of mishaps resulting in death or injuries in recent years. In December, the US military grounded its Osprey fleet in Japan after one of them ditched into the sea, injuring five crew.