Two pilots and an aircrewman were rescued after a military helicopter accident in Guam on Wednesday.
The aircraft crashed into the ocean near Guam. The MH-60R helicopter, assigned to Helicopter Maritime Squadron 78, was on a routine flight when the accident occurred.
The crew of USS Dewey, deployed March 31, pulled the helicopter crew from the water.
Fortunately, no one was injured.
The exact cause of the accident is currently unknown.
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