It said in a statement that the accident is under investigation and gave no further details.
Six US Marines were missing following a still-unexplained mishap off the coast of Japan on Thursday (Dec 6) involving two US Marine Corps aircraft, which may have collided mid-air during a refuelling exercise gone wrong, US officials said. A Japanese government official said the person, rescued by the Japanese Self-Defense Forces, is in a stable condition. A United States official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said it occurred during a refuelling exercise.
The crash took place 320 kilometers (200 miles) off the coast.
The US has more than 50,000 troops stationed in Japan, more than 18,000 of them in the US Marine Corps.
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The Marines' statement also indicates that Japanese planes have joined in the search efforts.
The Marine Corps said the planes "were conducting regularly scheduled training when the mishap occurred".
USA media reported five crew were on the C-130 and two on the F-18. The reports suggest the F/A-18 is a two-seat variant and five other crewmembers were on board the C-130.
The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet is a fighter and attack aircraft and can carry a wide range of missiles and bombs.