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    The search for a missing Japanese army helicopter with 10 crew members on board has been ongoing since it disappeared on November 22nd. After days of searching, debris from the helicopter was discovered on November 27th in the mountains of central Japan. The discovery has brought some closure to the families of the missing crew members, but the search for the remaining wreckage and any survivors continues.

    The helicopter was on a training mission when it disappeared, and it was carrying four officers and six enlisted personnel. The aircraft was flying over the mountains when air traffic control lost contact with it. The search for the missing helicopter involved hundreds of personnel, including ground troops and helicopters equipped with thermal imaging cameras. Despite the extensive search efforts, the wreckage was not located until several days later.

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    The discovery of the debris has raised many questions about what happened to the helicopter and its crew. The cause of the crash is still unknown, but investigators are examining the wreckage to determine what happened. The terrain where the debris was found is rugged and difficult to navigate, which may have contributed to the crash. The Japanese government has expressed their condolences to the families of the missing crew members and has promised to continue the search for any survivors or additional wreckage.

    In conclusion, the discovery of debris from the missing Japanese army helicopter with 10 crew members on board has brought some closure to their families, but the search for any survivors or additional wreckage continues. The cause of the crash is still unknown, but investigators are working to determine what happened. The search efforts have involved hundreds of personnel and have been hindered by the rugged terrain where the debris was found. The Japanese government has promised to continue their efforts to find any survivors or additional wreckage and has expressed their condolences to the families of the missing crew members.

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