تحطمت طائره بلاك هواك الاميركيه اثناء هبوطها على سطح سفنيه اميركيه كانت تسير بالقرب من جزيره اكوناوا اليابانيه مما ادى الى اصابه 7 اشخاص من افراد الطاقم
The U.S. military helicopter that crashed while landing
on a U.S. Navy
ship off Japan's southern island of Okinawa on Wednesday may have hit a crane or other objects aboard the vessel before going down, Japanese government sources said Thursday.
As the U.S. forces in Japan continued investigating the cause of the crash, which they now say injured seven crew members rather than six as previously stated, local Japanese officials sought more information on the accident to address concerns of people living near U.S. bases in Okinawa.
A rally to protest against the heavy presence of U.S. military facilities in Okinawa was held at Okinawa International University, where a U.S. Marine Corps
helicopter crashed 11 years ago Thursday and injured three crew members, but no students or other civilians on campus.