This is a helicopter from Marine infantry A missing American with five soldiers on board was found in a nearby mountain area, San Diego police reported on Wednesday.
The Nave was found immediately at 9 a.m. on Wednesday near the community of Pino Valley, 72 kilometers (45 miles) from San Diego, but the snowfall made it difficult to access the land, the force said.
The bodies of SAVE “used ground and air resources to locate the crew, in coordination with the department of police in San Diego and many federal, state, and local agencies,” said the Marine Infantry.
The helicopter brought five soldiers from Nevada to California but did not reach the destination on Wednesday morning.
Marines conduct a helicopter CH-53E Super Stallion from Creech in Clark County, Nevada, to the Corps Air Station. Marine infantry on San Diego said the organization in a statement.
The five US Marines are assigned to the 361st Heavy Helicopter Squadron in Marine Infantry Group 16 of the Aircraft of Marine Infantry3ª Ala Aérea from Marine Infantry in Miramar.
The 3rd Air Wing of the Marine Infantry, based at Miramar Air Station in San Diego, coordinates the efforts of Look and Save with the Sheriff’s Department in the province of San Diego and with the Civil Air Patrol, showing the Corps at Marine Infantry.
The Sheriff’s Department announced at 1 a.m. that the plane had not yet arrived in Miramar and that it was last seen in the area of Pino Valley, a mountainous region about 56 kilometers (35 mi) east of the center of San Diego by Lt. Matthew Carpenter.
Strong waves of rain fell overnight in that area from a historic storm that hit California this week.
It is not known what time the plane took off. helicopter in Nevada, or why he was flying to a storm.
The National Meteorological Service of San Diego forecast between 15 and 25 centimeters (6 to 10 inches) of snow and streaks of wind in the mountains more than 1,524 meters (5,000 feet) high as of Wednesday afternoon. A tornado watch was issued Tuesday afternoon, but it was quickly canceled. The weather service said It cannot form a tornado.
The CH-53E Super Stallion, about 30 meters (99 feet) tall, is the largest and heaviest of the armed forces Americans. It can transport troops and equipment over rough terrain and in bad weather, even at night, according to the agency’s website. Marine infantry. It was nicknamed the “Hurricane Causer” because of the amount of wind in its three engines.