Japans US military planes frequently make trouble in Okinawa.

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 Japans US military planes frequently make trouble in Okinawa.


In January this year, Okinawa County launched three emergency landing events of US military aircraft in Japan. In January 6th, a US UH-1 multi-purpose helicopter landed on the coast of the Isle of Iraq. In January 8th, a AH-1 attack helicopter landed at a waste disposal plant in Ru Gu village. On the same day 23, a AH-1 attack helicopter landed at the crossing island. Japanese defense minister Onodera Inori said in January 30th that the Japanese Self-Defense Force will send personnel to the Japanese and American armys inter - day base as one of the measures to ensure the security of the U.S. military. According to the original plan, the Japanese Self Defense Force should send technicians with technical experience in maintenance to the Putian base in February 1st, and the US side agreed to the above arrangements. However, on the day of February 1st, the United States suddenly proposed that more preparations should be made to delay the Japanese dispatch plan. Japanese defense ministry officials said the Japanese side has been trying to discuss the dispatch arrangements with the US, but the US side has not responded yet. Japanese government sources said the U. S. military saw some reports of Japanese media, saying that the Japanese dispatched personnel into the Putian base was a inspection, so it refused to cooperate. According to the US, emergency landing of military aircraft is only a preventive measure to prevent accidents, and there is no reason to accept Japanese inspection. For a long time, US military planes in Japan frequently hit trouble in Okinawa. The Japanese defense statistics show that the U.S. military aircraft in Japan took place 25 accidents in 2017, more than double the 11 in 2016, in contradiction with the so-called decreasing tendency of accidents in the U.S. military. Source: Beijing Youth Daily editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 According to the original plan, the Japanese Self Defense Force should send technicians with technical experience in maintenance to the Putian base in February 1st, and the US side agreed to the above arrangements. However, on the day of February 1st, the United States suddenly proposed that more preparations should be made to delay the Japanese dispatch plan. Japanese defense ministry officials said the Japanese side has been trying to discuss the dispatch arrangements with the US, but the US side has not responded yet. Japanese government sources said the U. S. military saw some reports of Japanese media, saying that the Japanese dispatched personnel into the Putian base was a inspection, so it refused to cooperate. According to the US, emergency landing of military aircraft is only a preventive measure to prevent accidents, and there is no reason to accept Japanese inspection. For a long time, US military planes in Japan frequently hit trouble in Okinawa. The Japanese defense statistics show that the U.S. military aircraft in Japan took place 25 accidents in 2017, more than double the 11 in 2016, in contradiction with the so-called decreasing tendency of accidents in the U.S. military.