Us Marines: Pilot Error Caused Mid-air Crash

US Marines: Pilot error caused mid-air crash

The US Marine Corps says that pilot error caused a deadly mid-air collision between two of its aircraft off Japan's west coast last year.

An FA-18 fighter jet and a KC-130 refueling aircraft collided during an air-to-air refueling mission off Kochi Prefecture in December last year.

Keikyu Line Resumes Services After Crash

Keikyu Line resumes services after crash

The operator of a passenger train involved in a deadly collision with a truck in Yokohama, near Tokyo, has resumed some of the services it suspended after the incident on Thursday.

Workers for railway operator Keikyu Corporation removed the wrecked train cars and truck by 5 a.m. on Saturday.

Police: Driver Struggled To Turn Before Crash

Police: Driver struggled to turn before crash

A deadly collision between a truck and commuter train in Yokohama, near Tokyo, was caught on camera. Investigators say footage taken at the scene Thursday shows the driver struggling with his truck's steering wheel before entering the railway crossing.

The 67-year-old driver was killed when the express train smashed into his truck. Thirty-four others were injured.

Train Data To Be Analyzed After Deadly Crash

Train data to be analyzed after deadly crash

Keikyu, the operator of a passenger train involved in a deadly collision with a truck in Yokohama, says it will investigate why the train could not stop in time to avoid the accident.

The express train crashed into a large truck that had been stuck on a rail crossing near Kanagawa-shimmachi Station on the Keikyu Line south of Tokyo on Thursday.

1985 Jet Crash Victims Remembered

1985 jet crash victims remembered

Bereaved relatives of the victims of Japan's worst air disaster are making their annual visit to the crash site on a mountain north of Tokyo on the 34th anniversary of the accident.

The families and other mourners are hiking up Osutaka Ridge in Gunma Prefecture on Monday.

Service Held For Victims Of 1959 Fighter Jet Crash

Service held for victims of 1959 fighter jet crash

Hundreds of people gathered at an elementary school in Japan's Okinawa Prefecture to remember children who were killed in a US fighter jet crash 60 years ago.

The aircraft from the Kadena Air Base crashed into Miyamori Elementary School in Uruma City on June 30, 1959. Eighteen people, including 11 students, were killed and more than 200 were injured.

Android Q Might Be Able To Detect When You're In A Car Crash

Android Q Might Be Able To Detect When You're In A Car Crash

For Pixel smartphone owners in the future, the next time you’re driving and you get into a car crash, there is a good chance that your Pixel smartphone might be able to tell that you are in an accident and potentially call for help on your behalf. This is according to a recent discovery by XDA Developers who found hints of the feature in the latest beta for Android Q.

According to the discovery, they found a new Google app called “Safety Hub” with various references made to car crash. It also appears that the references made suggest that it could be a Pixel exclusive, meaning that non-Pixel smartphones might not get the feature and could actually help Google make their Pixel smartphones more compelling.

Top Sdf Officer Apologizes For F-35a Crash

Top SDF officer apologizes for F-35A crash

The chief of Japan's Self-Defense Forces has apologized for the crash of an F-35A fighter jet off the coast of Aomori Prefecture.

The SDF Chief of Staff, Koji Yamazaki, made the apology at a news conference on Thursday.

Pilot Apparently Had No Time To Eject Before Crash

Pilot apparently had no time to eject before crash

The pilot of an F-35A fighter jet that crashed into the sea off northern Japan on Tuesday apparently had no time to eject before the crash.

Air Self-Defense Force officials say the F-35A stealth fighter is equipped with an emergency system that ejects pilots from the cockpit and allows them to parachute.

Japan Defense Ministry: F35a Crash World's First

Japan Defense Ministry: F35A crash world's first

Japan's Defense Ministry says Tuesday's crash of an F35A fighter jet marks the first ever confirmed crash of this type of aircraft.

An F35B aircraft of the US Marine Corps crashed in South Carolina during training last September. The aircraft can take off and land vertically.