Reynoldsburg man killed in Japan Osprey crash

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Air Force Special Operations Command said Tuesday it has identified the eight service members lost when their Osprey crashed off the coast of Japan last week and was now focused on recovering all of their bodies and the aircraft debris.

Among the eight killed in the CV-22B Osprey on Nov. 29 during a training mission was 32-year-old Brian K. Johnson of Reynoldsburg. Johnson was a U.S. Air Force Senior Airman, who was a flight engineer assigned to the 21st Special Operations Squadron, 353rd Special Operations Wing in Yokota Air Base, Japan.

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