U.S. Navy May Delay Salvage Of Crashed C-2A

A deep-sea salvage project to recover the remains of a U.S. Navy C-2A resting 18,500 ft. below the surface of the Philippine Sea is nearly ready to begin, but stormy weather could postpone the effort by several months, a senior official says. Three of the 11 sailors onboard died when a C-2A crashed...

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