Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 36km E of Iwaki, Japan
1 year ago
Marines identify the F/A-18 pilot killed in the mishap off the coast of Japan this week as Capt. Jahmar F. Resilard, 28. Five Marines are still missing from the KC-130.
: My thoughts and prayers are with the @USMC crew members who were involved in a mid-air collision off the coast of Japan. Thank you to @USForcesJapan for their immediate response and rescue efforts. Whatever you need, we are here for you. @IIIMEF
U.S. officials say 1 of recovered U.S. Marines involved in midair collision off Japan has died. Search continues for 5 missing Marines. 1 Marine previously rescued listed in 'fair' condition.
2nd U.S. Marine rescued following midair collision 200 miles off coast of Japan during aerial refueling, 5 others remain missing: USMC
5 American military members are missing in waters off Japan after 2 U.S. Marine Corps aircraft collided in mid-air and plunged into the ocean
The United States Marine Corps confirms that two Marines have been found. One is in fair condition and the other is being transported to a local hospital for evaluation
The Second crew member found in the waters off the Japanese coast where two U.S. Marine Corps warplanes collided and crashed, Japan's Defense Ministry says.
A Marine F-18 and a C-130 crashed during aerial refueling off Iwakuni, Japan. Both aircraft went into the water. There were five on the C-130 and two on the F-18, condition unknown. Search and rescue is underway - @USMC
The US sailed the guided missile destroyer USS McCampbell Wednesday "in the vicinity of Peter the Great Bay to challenge Russia's excessive maritime claims" in the Sea of Japan(East Sea), according to the US Navy
KCNA: "Japan's bid to be a permanent member nation of the UNSC is aimed at creating an international climate in favor of overseas expansion and reinvasion. The political dwarf Japantries to take the responsible post in the international body. It is a mockeryto mankind."
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 53km SSE of Tateyama, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 44km ESE of Kamaishi, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 23km N of Misawa, Japan
Russia poll by @levada_ru: 17% of Russians polled reportedly support the transfer of South Kuril islands to Japan, up from 4% in 2011
KCNA: "Japan is styling itself as if it were an 'advanced human rights state'Japan would be well advised to solve its own human rights issue including despicable human rights abuses, to begin with, not to take issue with others' non-existent human rights situation."
KCNA: "Chief Cabinet Secretary of Japan Sugais a prototype of the immorality and shamelessness of islandersThe misbehavior of the islanders is nothing but a poor wriggle of those who run counter to the trend of the times."
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 33km ESE of Hitachi, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 5.5 - 132km SE of Shizunai, Japan
KCNA: "Japan should be mindful that if it approaches the reality with American style mode of thinking, it can never get rid of the dishonor of being 'dwarf Japan,' far from being treated as a 'giant' of Asia it desires."
Earthquake of magnitude 4.8 - 3km SSW of Sakai, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 9km SW of Komatsushima, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 29km ENE of Iwaki, Japan
Nissan Motor Co. has decided at a board meeting to remove Carlos Ghosn as chairman
Earthquake of magnitude 5.5 - Kyushu, Japan
Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn arrested in Tokyo: NHK
KCNA: "EU and Japan are neither qualified nor in a position to talk about other's human rights issues. Inthe EU, the grave crimes against humanity continue to be perpetrated like Islamophobia, xenophobia, worst-ever refugee crisis and neo-Nazism."
KCNA: "The political dwarf Japan styles itself 'political power' in different parts of the world, only to be ridiculed."
KCNA: "Japan's act reminds people of a drunken brawler persisting in attending a wedding ceremony, absurdly speaking ill of the householder behind the fence. The impudent act makes even a close ally turn its face from Japan."
KCNA: "The U.S., Japan and Western countries had better cure their human rights illness, instead of criticizing others groundlessly."