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A survey by Japan’s Defense Ministry shows the number of accidents or incidents involving US military aircraft based in Japan more than double last year.

According to the survey, the total number of such cases was 25 in 2017, compared to 11 in 2016.

Twenty-three happened in Japan, including incidents such as emergency landings. The other 2 cases involving Japan-based US military aircraft occurred outside of the country.

Fourteen, or more than half of the cases, occurred in Okinawa, southwestern Japan. Read more

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A survey by Japan’s Defense Ministry shows the number of accidents or incidents involving US military aircraft based in Japan more than double last year.

According to the survey, the total number of such cases was 25 in 2017, compared to 11 in 2016.

Twenty-three happened in Japan, including incidents such as emergency landings. The other 2 cases involving Japan-based US military aircraft occurred outside of the country.

Fourteen, or more than half of the cases, occurred in Okinawa, southwestern Japan.

A survey by Japan’s Defense Ministry shows the number of accidents or incidents involving US military aircraft based in Japan more than double last year.

According to the survey, the total number of such cases was 25 in 2017, compared to 11 in 2016.

Twenty-three happened in Japan, including incidents such as emergency landings. The other 2 cases involving Japan-based US military aircraft occurred outside of the country.

Fourteen, or more than half of the cases, occurred in Okinawa, southwestern Japan.

A survey by Japan’s Defense Ministry shows the number of accidents or incidents involving US military aircraft based in Japan more than double last year.

According to the survey, the total number of such cases was 25 in 2017, compared to 11 in 2016.

Twenty-three happened in Japan, including incidents such as emergency landings. The other 2 cases involving Japan-based US military aircraft occurred outside of the country.

Fourteen, or more than half of the cases, occurred in Okinawa, southwestern Japan.