Five Marines Missing After Midair Collision Off Japan’s Coast

Five U.S. Marines remained missing as a search continued in the waters off Japan after a midair collision Thursday between two military aircraft, U.S. and Japanese officials said. A joint Japanese-U.S. search-and-rescue operation has located two Marines, one of whom was declared dead, officials said. The second Marine was in fair condition and receiving medical…

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One Marine dead after aircraft collision over coast of Japan

Two Marines have been found following an aircraft collision between a KC-130 Hercules and F/A-18 Hornet off the coast of Japan on Wednesday. While one was in fair condition, the other was declared dead, the III Marine Expeditionary Force said on Facebook Thursday. The details: Following the update, President Trump tweeted “thoughts and prayers” to…

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Women and Foreigners Won’t Save Japan Inc.

As Japanese investors flock to annual general meetings this week — more than 400 of them on June 28 alone — they’ll have new yardsticks by which to measure performance. The Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Financial Services Agency added two new recommendations to the corporate governance code this month: to reevaluate complex cross-shareholdings and…

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