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    Four U.S. Marines killed when their Osprey helicopter crashed in Norway during NATO exercises in the Arctic Circle
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    US officials have identified the four Marines who died when their military aircraft crashed in Norway on Friday during a NATO training exercise, Your Content has learned.

    Officials identified the four Marines who died when their military aircraft crashed in Norway on Friday during a NATO training exercise.

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    The four are Captain Matthew J. Tomkiewicz, Captain Ross A. Reynolds, Gunnery Sergeant James W. Speedy and Corporal Jacob M. Moore.

    The bodies of the deceased are in the process of being brought to the US.

    The cause of the crash is still under investigation, but officials said that the Marines faced harsh weather conditions during the exercise.

    About 3,000 U.S. Marines are currently in Norway for a NATO training exercise that takes place near the Artic every two years,‘according to NBC News.

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