Second crew member rescued after US Marine Corps planes collide near Japan, as 5 remain missing

A second crew member has been found in the Pacific Ocean near Japan where two Marine Corps aircraft collided while refueling in mid-air early Thursday during a training exercise, a Marine Corps spokes…
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