U.S. Marine Aircraft Crashes in California, Killing 4 of 5 Marines

The craft belonged to Air Station Camp Pendleton.

A marine aircraft was involved in a deadly crash yesterday afternoon. Four of five marines on board the osprey aircraft were killed in a desert near Glamis, California. The craft belonged to Air Station Camp Pendleton. It had not been made clear if there were any other passengers on board and the cause of the crash has not been determined. According to the marines, ospreys are used to move troops and supplies.